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.

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Chile Phase 1 Results

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

SuperSNAP participation is associated with substantial increases in healthy food purchases

Colombia FOPL RCT

Octagonal nutrient warnings work better than other label types for Colombian adults: Results from a randomized controlled trial

Marketing Unhealthy Foods to Children

Resource update: Learn about the latest evidence for regulating junk food marketing to kids and see what countries have implemented policies.

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All over the world, healthy food policies are improving public health and reducing the burden of disease.

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Taxes, marketing restrictions, front-of-package labels, and school nutrition policies are making a measurable impact.

Explore GFRP policy research

We maintain a set of maps showing nutrition policies enacted worldwide, as well as fact sheets summarizing evidence for various nutrition policies.

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Recent News

Meet the 2022 FERN fellows

Last week marked the end of the GFRP’s inaugural Fellowship for Exploring Research in Nutrition (FERN), a 10-week summer research internship for undergraduate students interested in food policy research. In spring, we welcomed outstanding students Emerald Izuakor from UNC-Chapel Hill, […]

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