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  • Farley et al.,- New York City’s Fight Over Calorie Labeling – Health Affairs 2009
  • Product Labeling

  • Armstrong - Stumped at the Supermarket - Making Sense of Nutrition Rating Systems – NPLAN 2010
  • Food/Beverage Taxes

  • American Beverage Association - Consumer Response to Beverage Taxes – 2010
  • American Beverage Association - Perspectives on Beverages, Diet, and Obesity - 2010
  • Auld et al., - Economics of Food Energy Density and Adolescent Body Weight - Economica 2009
  • Brownell et al., - The Public Health And Economic Benefits Of Taxing Sugar-Sweetened Beverages NEJM 2009
  • Chaloupka - Price Interventions-Applying Lessons Learned from Tobacco Control to Promote Healthy Eating - VT AGO Presentation 2010
  • Chaloupka et al., - Applying Tobacco Control Lessons to Obesity-Taxes and Other Pricing Strategies to Reduce Consumption - Tobacco Control Legal Consortium 2010
  • Chaloupka et al., - Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxes and Public Health - RWJF 2009
  • Chriqui et al., - State Sales Tax Rates for Soft Drinks and Snacks Sold through Grocery Stores and Vending Machines 2007 - J of Pub Health Policy 2008
  • Duffey et al., - Food Price and Diet and Healthy Outcomes - ArchInternMed 2010
  • Ebbeling et al., - Effects of Decreasing Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption on Body Weight in Adolescents A Randomized Controlled Pilot Study - Pediatrics 2006
  • Epstein et al., - Influence of Taxes and Subsidies on Energy Purchased in an Experimental Purchase Study - Assoc Pysch Science 2010
  • Fung et al - Sweetened Beverage Consumption and Risk of Coronary Heart Disease in Women - AJCN 2009
  • Jacobson et al., - Small Taxes on Soft Drinks and Snack Foods to Promote Health - Am J Pub Health 2000
  • Janssen et al., - Comparison of Overweight and Obesity Prevalence in School-Aged Youth from 34 Countries and their Relationships with Physical Activity and Dietary Patterns - ObesRev 2005
  • Kim et al., - Food Taxation and Pricing Strategies to Thin-Out the Obesity Epidemic - Am J Prev Med 2006
  • Ludwig et al - Relation between Consumption of Sugar-Sweetened Drinks and Childhood Obesity - A Prospective Observational Analysis - Lancet 2001
  • Malik et al - Intake of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages and Weight Gain - A Systematic Review - AJCN 2006
  • Meier et al., - The Effect of Cigarette Taxes on Cigarette Consumption 1955 -1994 - Am J Pub Health 1997
  • Powell - Fast Food Costs and Body Mass Index-Evidence from Panel Data - J Health Economics 2009
  • Powell et al., - Associations Between State-Level Soda Taxes and Adolescent Body Mass Index - J Adolescent Health 2009
  • Powell et al., - Food Prices and Obesity-Evidence and Policy Implications for Taxes and Subsidies - Milbank 2009
  • Powell et al., - Food Prices, Access to Food Outlets and Child Weight - Economics and Human Biology 2009
  • Powell et al., - Food Taxes and Subsidies - Evidence and Policies for Obesity Prevention - Oxford Handbook 2009
  • Schulze et al., - Sugar-Sweetened Beverages, Weight Gain and Incidence of Type II Diabetes in Young and Middle-Aged Women - JAMA 2004
  • Sturm et al., - Soda Taxes Soft Drink Consumption and Children's Body Mass Index - Health Affairs 2010
  • Vanselow et al., - Adolescent Beverage Habits and Changes in Weight Over Time-Findings from Project EAT- Am J Clin Nutr 2009
  • Vartanian et al., - Effects of Soft Drink Consumption on Nutrition and Health - A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis - Am J Pub Health 2007
  • Other

  • Cereal Facts Report Summary
  • Gostin (2007) Law as a Tool to Facilitate Healthier Lifestyles and Prevent Obesity
  • Guthrie (2000) JADA Food Sources of Added Sweeteners in the Diets of Americans
  • Sugar Cereal Study
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