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Consumer knowledge and use of food and nutrition labelling in South Africa: a cross-sectional descriptive study
The noncommunicable disease burden can be addressed through population-wide interventions, including the promotion of healthy diets through the provision of adequate nutrition information on food labels. The study aimed ...
Price rather than nutrition information the main influencer of consumer food purchasing behaviour in South Africa: a qualitative study
In South Africa there has been a paucity of data on food and nutrition labelling since the publication of the new food‐labelling legislation. This study aimed to explore whether the nutrition information on food products ...
Describing a design thinking methodology to develop sustainable physical activity and nutrition interventions in low resourced settings
The objective of the study is to describe how design thinking as a participatory process can be applied in determining how sustainable physical activity and nutrition interventions should be implemented in a low resourced ...
Nutrition during pregnancy and early development (NuPED) in urban South Africa: a study protocol for a prospective cohort
(BioMed Central, 2018)
Background Adequate nutrition during pregnancy is important to ensure optimal birth outcomes, maternal health and offspring development. However, little is known about the dietary intake and nutritional status of pregnant ...