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Authors’ response: Regarding the paper ‘The impact of a supermarket nutrition rating system on purchases of nutritious and less nutritious foods’ by Cawley et al.

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1. Wansink, B (2014) Slim by Design: Mindless Eating Solutions for Everyday Life. NY: William Morrow.
2. Chandon, P & Wansink, B (2012) Does food marketing need to make us fat? A review and solutions. Nutr Rev 70, 571593.
3. Cawley, J, Sweeney, MJ, Sobal, J et al. (2014) The impact of a supermarket nutrition rating system on purchases of nutritious and less nutritious foods. Public Health Nutr (Epublication ahead of print version).
4. Sutherland, LA, Kaley, LA & Fischer, L (2010) Guiding stars: the effect of a nutrition navigation program on consumer purchases at the supermarket. Am J Clin Nutr 91, issue 4, 1090S1094S.
5. Rahkovsky, I, Lin, B-H, Lin, C-T J et al. (2013) Effects of the Guiding Stars Program on purchases of ready-to-eat cereals with different nutritional attributes. Food Policy 43, 100107.

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