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We are building on previous work demonstrating the success of healthy food retail interventions across a range of settings to explore the potential for at-scale, sustainable, healthy food retail initiatives to equitably improve population health.
Food retail is ever-changing - the increasing societal focus on health, wellbeing and sustainability poses an opportunity for food retailers to be part of the solution to these issues, whilst maintaining a healthy bottom line.
Policy makers & practioners
Tackling obesity and improving population diets requires a comprehensive societal response, including governments, communities, and wide-scale action from the food industry.
Co-creation Approach in Practice: Naming a Cafe Located within a Rural Health Service Provides Added Value to a Health Strategy
The structure of the Canadian packaged food and non‑alcoholic beverage manufacturing and grocery retailing sectors through a public health lens
‘IN PROFILE’ SERIES: Meet Emma McMahon – RE-FRESH Early-to-Mid-Career Researcher
Public Support for Nutrition-Related Actions by Food Companies in Australia: A Cross-Sectional Analysis of Findings from the 2020 International Food Policy Study
Implementation of a food retail intervention to reduce purchase of unhealthy food and beverages in remote Australia: mixed-method evaluation using the consolidated framework for implementation research
Founding Member Institutions
RE-FRESH acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we conduct our research, and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past, present and emerging.
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