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NZ: Cheaper food can take toll on the waistline

Wellington researchers suggest that cheaper food may be good for the bank balance but not so good for a person’s health.  They are calling for the Government to take on prevention measures such as regulating or taxing saturated food.

In: Nick Wilson, Osman M. Food pricing favours saturated fat consumption: supermarket data. New Zealand Medical Journal 25 Feb 2005

Source: NZ Herald, 28 Feb 2005

Published on February 28, 2005 in New Zealand news