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12-20-2012 Taxing Unhealthy Foods Not Effective in Promoting Healthier Choices
– Food Product Design
States or cities that implement sales taxes on unhealthy foods in an effort to promote healthy eating often miss the mark because many consumers are simply unaware of tax differences sold in grocery stores, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics. The findings suggest raising taxes on the production and distribution of unhealthy foods may be more effective method to promote healthier food choices.
12-19-2012 States Aiming to Promote Healthy Eating Through Sales Taxes Often Miss the Target
– Science Daily
Increasing sales taxes on sugary foods to promote healthier food choices among grocery store shoppers is unlikely to be effective because many consumers are unaware of the tax differences on food items sold in grocery stores, according to a new study by RTI International and Cornell University.
12-18-2012 Study: States Aiming to Promote Healthy Eating Through Sales Taxes Often Miss the Target
Increasing sales taxes on sugary foods to promote healthier food choices among grocery store shoppers is unlikely to be effective because many consumers are unaware of the tax differences on food items sold in grocery stores, according to a new study by RTI International and Cornell University.
5-10-2012 Study: No Child Left Behind Act Improved Test Scores for Language but Not for Reading, Math in Rural Alabama
A new study by Auburn University and RTI International found that the No Child Left Behind Act has bolstered language test scores but done little to improve math and reading scores for students in rural Alabama schools.
5-10-2012 No Child Left Behind Act Improved Test Scores for Language but Not for Reading, Math in Rural Alabama, US
– Science Daily
The No Child Left Behind Act has bolstered language test scores but done little to improve math and reading scores for students in rural Alabama schools, according to a new study by Auburn University and RTI International.