Thailand's food system in transition : implications for nutrition and population health
The world food system has profoundly transformed and globalised in recent decades with transnational food companies expanding control of food production, distribution, and retailing. As well a nutrition transition has been observed worldwide as diets become higher in fats, sugars, salts and highly processed foods. This nutrition transition is connected with a global increase in obesity and diet-related disease with 2 billion people worldwide now overweight or obese. There is a pressing need to...[Show more]
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