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1. State indicator report on fruits and vegetables 2013 (id:1759355)

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2. Access to affordable and nutritious food : updated estimates of distance to supermarkets using 2010 data (id:55343)

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3. Food spending declined and food insecurity increased for middle-income and low-income households from 2000 to 2007 (id:35892)

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4. Fruit and vegetable consumption by low-income Americans (id:28882)

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5. Household food security in the United States, 2008 (id:48029)

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6. Low-income women's experiences with food programs, food spending, and food-related hardships : evidence from qualitative data (id:35894)

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7. Younger consumers exhibit less demand for fresh vegetables (id:32711)

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8. The Consumer Data and Information Program : sowing the seeds of research (id:38009)

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9. Food spending declined and food insecurity increased for middle-income and low-income households from 2000 to 2007 (id:35891)

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10. Fruit and vegetable consumption by low-income Americans (id:28867)

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11. Convergence in global food demand and delivery (id:20597)

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12. Dietary assessment of major trends in U.S. food consumption, 1970-2005 (id:46104)

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13. Household food security and tradeoffs in the food budget of food stamp program participants : an Engel function approach (id:32856)

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14. Convergence in global food demand and delivery (id:19458)

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15. Dietary assessment of major trends in U.S. food consumption, 1970-2005 (id:46103)

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16. Is dietary knowledge enough? : hunger, stress, and other roadblocks to healthy eating (id:20603)

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17. Is dietary knowledge enough? : hunger, stress, and other roadblocks to healthy eating (id:20580)

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18. Could behavioral economics help improve diet quality for nutrition assistance program participants? (id:28881)

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19. Demand for food quantity and quality in China (id:19374)

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20. Demand for food quantity and quality in China (id:20376)