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Title: Accessing Healthy Food: A sentinel mapping study of healthy food retailing in Scotland
Author(s): Dawson, John
Marshall, David
Taylor, Matt
Cummins, Steven
Sparks, Leigh
Anderson, Annie S
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Citation: Dawson J, Marshall D, Taylor M, Cummins S, Sparks L & Anderson AS (2007) Accessing Healthy Food: A sentinel mapping study of healthy food retailing in Scotland. The Food Standards Agency Scotland. FSA Research Project, S04005. Food Standards Agency (Scotland), Aberdeen.
Issue Date: 2007
Date Deposited: 10-Apr-2013
Publisher: Food Standards Agency (Scotland), Aberdeen
Series/Report no.: FSA Research Project, S04005
Abstract: This study on the availability of an affordable healthy food shopping basket was commissioned by the Food Standards Agency Scotland and undertaken between 2005 and 2007 by the Centre for the Study of Retailing in Scotland.
Type: Research Report
Rights: Publisher allows this work to be made available in this repository. Conducted for The Food Standards Agency Scotland. Original is available at: URL:
Affiliation: Marketing & Retail
University of Edinburgh
University of Edinburgh
Queen Mary, University of London
Marketing & Retail
University of Dundee

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