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The cost of a socially acceptable healthy diet for low-income families

Nina Oldfield undertook research for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation that shows more than 20% of people in the UK do not even have a minimally acceptable standard of living.

The Food Magazine published an account of this work in issue 83, December 2008. See link below.

An extended version of this account is available in pdf format. Click here to view the extended, pdf version of The cost of a socially acceptable healthy diet for low-income families

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    Nina Oldfield undertook research for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation that shows more than 20% of people in the UK do not even have a minimally acceptable standard of living.