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The gap between food intakes and the Pyramid recommendations: measurement and food system ramifications
McNamara, P.E.; Ranney, C.K.; Kantor, L.S.; Krebs-Smith, S.M.
Diet and health: new problems/new solutions
Bush, L.M.; Williams, R.A.
Economic evaluation of nutrition policy - Or, there's no such thing as a free lunch
Kenkel, D.S.; Manning, W.
Agricultural commodity production and trade: a trade economist's view on filling US food supply gaps
Siman, R.; Bozyczko-Coyne, D.; Meyer, S.L.; Bhat, R.V.; Abbott, P.
Agriculture and dietary guidelines
Thomson, A.M.; destexhe, A.; Duxbury, J.M.; Welch, R.M.
Agriculture and the environment: an economic perspective with implications for nutrition
Zilberman, D.; Templeton, S.R.; Khanna, M.
Noda, M.; Nakanishi, H.; Akaike, N.
How can the US food system deliver food products consistent with the dietary guidelines? - Food marketing and retailing: an economist's view
Kinsey, J.; Bowland, B.
Food processing: a food scientist's perspective
Economics, food choices, and nutrition
Blaylock, J.; Smallwood, D.; Kassel, K.; Variyam, J.; Aldrich, L.
Factors affecting food decisions made by individual consumers
How government policies shape the food and nutrition information environment
Ong, W.Y.; Mackie, K.; Ippolito, P.M.
Public policy and the supply of food
Public policy in nutrition: the US nutrition safety net-past, present and future
Public policy and healthy eating
Michael McGinnis, J.; Meyers, L.D.