“The reality is that on Universal Credit I cannot provide the recommended amount of fresh fruit and vegetables per day for my children”: Moving from a behavioural to a systemic understanding of food practices

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References: Power, M., Pybus, K. J., Pickett, K. E., & Doherty, B. (2021). “The reality is that on Universal Credit I cannot provide the recommended amount of fresh fruit and vegetables per day for my children”: Moving from a behavioural to a systemic understanding of food practices [version 1; peer review: 2 approved]. Emerald open research, 3, 3. https://doi.org/10.35241/emeraldopenres.14062.1

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Power, Maddy; Pybus, Katie J; Pickett, Kate E; Doherty, Bob

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