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Healthy food access basket

 

Overview

This program involves the monitoring and reporting (Healthy Food Access Basket (HFAB) surveys) of the relative cost and quality of healthy choices in urban, rural and remote locations in Queensland. HFAB surveys are conducted regularly to monitor the cost and availability of food throughout Queensland. As the HFAB survey has been repeated over time, the latest survey findings can be compared to survey findings from previous years.

Contacts

Michelle Harrison, Queensland Health
Ph: (07) 3405 5252

Related publications

Queensland Health (2000)

The 2000 healthy food access basket survey.

Brisbane: Queensland Health

Queensland Health (2001)

The 2001 healthy food access basket survey.

Brisbane: Queensland Health

Queensland Health (2004)

The 2004 healthy food access basket survey.

Brisbane: Queensland Health

Queensland Health (2006)

The 2006 healthy food access basket survey.

Brisbane: Queensland Health

Harrison MS, Coyne T, Lee AJ, Leonard D, Lowson S, Groos A, Ashton BA (2007)

The increasing cost of the basic foods required to promote health in Queensland.

Medical Journal of Australia; 186(1): 9-14, 7 & 15

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Last updated: 13 December 2013
 
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