A new study published this month in the journal Food Policy finds that Peru’s food and beverage industry experienced no significant job or wage losses after the country began taxing sugary drinks and putting warning labels on the front of […]
Through collaborative research and evaluation with our diverse partners worldwide, we work to reduce diet-related disparities and create a more healthful food system and food environment.
In Chile, households bought less sugar, saturated fat, sodium, and overall calories during Phase 1 of the Law of Food Labeling and Advertising.
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SuperSNAP participation is associated with substantial increases in healthy food purchases
Resource update: Learn about the latest evidence for regulating junk food marketing to kids and see what countries have implemented policies.
Nutrient warning labels come out ahead in a new randomized controlled trial, compared to multiple traffic lights and Guideline Daily Amounts labels
All over the world, healthy food policies are improving public health and reducing the burden of disease.See where we work
Taxes, marketing restrictions, front-of-package labels, and school nutrition policies are making a measurable impact.Explore GFRP policy research
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More evidence that pandemic-era Healthy Helping program improved diet quality for North Carolinians with food insecurity
A new study published today in the November issue of Health Affairs underscores the positive impact of the Healthy Helping produce prescription program that provided North Carolinians facing food insecurity with $40 a month to spend on fruits and vegetables […]