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(p. 411) What Lessons for Food Policy Can Be Learned from Alcohol Control? 

(p. 411) What Lessons for Food Policy Can Be Learned from Alcohol Control?
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(p. 411) What Lessons for Food Policy Can Be Learned from Alcohol Control?
Author(s):

Ian Gilmore

and Karishma Chandaria

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199738168.003.0062
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date: 20 November 2019

Chapter 62 considers what lessons for food policy can be learned from alcohol control. It outlines the health and social costs of alcohol misuse, access to alcohol, the current policy landscape, the effective ness of different strategies of prevention (information and education, advertising and marketing restrictions, limiting availability through taxes and other influences on price, and health interventions), the framing of alcohol consumption and overeating debates, and implications for food policy.

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