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From: Food price policies improve diet quality while increasing socioeconomic inequalities in nutrition

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Average variations of food at baseline and under price manipulations for low- and medium-income women. (A) Quantities (grams per day). FV: fruit and vegetable condition, NP: nutrient profile condition. Note: Values are the mean of weight variations (grams per day) between the quantity selected at baseline and the quantity selected under the price manipulation, adjusted for the total energy content of the selected daily basket. Bars represent the standard error of mean calculated for α=0.05. (B) Expenditures (€ per day). FV: fruit and vegetable condition, NP: nutrient profile condition. Note: Values are the mean of expenditures variations (€ per day) between the food selected at baseline and the food selected under the price manipulation, adjusted for the total energy content of the selected daily basket. Bars represent the standard error of mean calculated for α=0.05.

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