2014 study in the Review of Economic Studies that explores a dataset of household purchases to estimate the relationship between food prices and population in 49 U.S. cities.
2014 study from Harvard and LSE suggesting that standard explanations for U.S. residents' relatively poor health are not sufficient and social policy needs to be examined more thoroughly.
2014 study published in International Food and Agribusiness Journal Review on U.S. and Canadian consumers’ perceptions of the terms “organic” and “local."
2014 National Bureau of Economic Research study suggesting that it is better to tax unhealthy ingredients broadly rather than specific brands, goods and products.
2013 research review relating to various aspects of life and culture for people of Mexican origin residing in the United States. Data, relevant studies.
2012 study in Archives of Internal Medicine providing a definitive look at the strong connection between the eating of red meat and the chances of early death.
2012 study in Urban Studies on the availability of and demand for fresh fruit and vegetables in a low-income neighborhood of Detroit.
2012 metastudy in the journal Nature on the differences in crop yields between organic farming and conventional industrialized agriculture.
2012 study from the RAND Corporation in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine on youth obesity and access to healthy food sources.
2012 study in the Journal of Applied Research on Children on the characteristics of children and families living in food-insecure neighborhoods in the U.S.