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Is the UK diet sustainable? Assessing the environmental impact, cost and nutritional quality of household food purchases

  • W.L. Wrieden (a1), I. Leinonen (a2), K.L. Barton (a3), J. Halligan (a1) and L. Goffe (a1)...
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1. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and Biodiversity International (2012). Sustainable diets and biodiversity : directions and solutions for policy, research and action. Rome: FAO.
2. Audsley, E, Brander, M, Chatterton, J et al. (2009) How low can we go? An assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from the UK food system and the scope to reduce them by 2050. WWF-UK
3. Armstrong, JA, Sherriff, A, Wrieden, WL et al. (2009) Deriving and interpreting dietary patterns in the Scottish Diet: Further analysis of the Scottish Health Survey and Expenditure and Food Survey. http://www.foodstandards.gov.scot/sites/default/files/318-1-558_S14034_Technical_report_final.pdf (accessed March 2017)
4. Barton, KL (2014) An Exploratory Analysis of the Scottish Diet 2001–2009 Using Household Purchase Data. Ph.D, University of Dundee.
5. Darmon, N & Drewnowski, A (2015). Nutr Rev Oct;73(10), 643660.

Is the UK diet sustainable? Assessing the environmental impact, cost and nutritional quality of household food purchases

  • W.L. Wrieden (a1), I. Leinonen (a2), K.L. Barton (a3), J. Halligan (a1) and L. Goffe (a1)...

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