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Policy tools for sustainable and healthy eating: Enabling a food transition in the Nordic countries

Leneisja Jungsberg, Research Team Leader, Nordregio
Anna Berlina, Research consultant, Nordregio
Louise Ormstrup Vestergård, Research fellow, Nordregio
Hjördis Guðmundsdóttir, Research fellow, Nordregio
Øydis Ueland, Senior researcher, Nofima
Nord 2024:007
ISBN 978-92-893-7809-3 PDF
ISBN 978-92-893-7810-9 ONLINE
© Nordic Council of Ministers 2024
Illustration: Kiki Makes
Layout: Louise Jeppesen
Published: 14 March 2024

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