Research on Behavioral Economics-Based Promotion of Healthy Food Choice in a Retail Setting: Can Results Inform SNAP-Ed Practice?
Research Brief. Introduction: Emerging research suggests that behavioral economics-based strategies to promote purchase of healthy foods may be effective approaches to improving diets and health.2017
"FVRx promotes affordable access to fruits and vegetables and healthy eating in underserved communities through partnerships with h2014 $0.00
Prevention Impacts Simulation Model (PRISM) for Chronic Disease Policymaking2015
Part of the SNAP-Ed Strategies & Interventions Toolkit.* View retail food sampling guidelines, and sales data collection strategies.2014
"This toolkit describes how to create a strong healthy small food retailer certification program that requires participating stores to increase the variety of healthy foods they sell, reduce the of2013
"The Double Up Food Bucks program doubles the value of federal nutrition (SNAP or food stamps) benefits spent at participating markets and grocery stores, helping people bring home more healthy fru2009