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Sustainable Diets: Food for Healthy People and a Healthy Planet

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Sustainable Diets: Food for Healthy People and a Healthy Planet

Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN/ASIN: B00IO3XZR0
Number of pages: 156

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This report explores the role of the food price environment and how environmental sustainability can be incorporated into dietary guidance and considers research priorities, policy implications, and drivers of consumer behaviors that will enable sustainable food choices.

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