This Project aims to generate new knowledge on how to effect public policy to reduce the supply and consumption of a health-harming commodity: ultra-processed foods (UPF). Using governance theory and qualitative techniques we intend to identify the actors who are influential in three key policy areas (Trade/Taxation/Marketing) that affect the consumption of these foods in Australia, Thailand and Fiji, and what kinds of strategies work best to pursue these different actorâ€™s interests. This evidence will inform the ways in which institutions and organisations can work to promote better policy that leads to good nutrition outcomes.
|Effective start/end date||11/06/19 → 10/06/22|
- Australian Research Council (ARC): AUD393,000.00
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