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INFORMAS in Canada is led by Dr. Mary L’Abbé and Dr. Lana Vanderlee.

INFORMAS work is ongoing in Canada in 8 of the 9 modules. We have identified experts to lead or co-lead each of the modules, and are in the process of securing funding for a national report (resubmitted March 5, 2020). The overall process will be led by Dr. Lana Vanderlee and Dr. Mary L’Abbe. Collaborators include:

  • Lana Vanderlee, Université Laval – Public and Private Sector policies
  • Veronique Provencher, Universite de Laval – Composition Co-lead
  • Monique Potvin Kent, University of Ottawa – Marketing
  • ­­Sara Kirk, Dalhousie University – Provision
  • Leia Minaker, University of Waterloo – Retail Co-lead
  • Catherine Mah, Dalhousie University – Retail Co-lead
  • Marie-Eve Labonte, Universite de Laval – Price Co-lead
  • Ashley Schram, Australia National University – Trade
  • Jean-Claude Moubarac, University de Montreal – Population diet
  • Linda Greene-Finestone, Public Health Agency of Canada – Population outcomes

Additional INFORMAS work that is ongoing in Canada:

Food composition data has been collected using the Food Labelling Information Program (FLIP), led by Dr. L’Abbé and includes data on over 45,00 products (i.e., >10,000 products collected in 2010, >15,000 products in 2013 and >20,000 in 2017). Additional data collection will occur starting in May 2020.

We have now released reports on the Food-EPI and BIA-Obesity for Food Manufacturers, with a report on the Restaurant Industry forthcoming. We expect several publications from this data with regards to BIA-Obesity, food composition, food labelling, food price and food promotion modules in 2020.

Dr. Minaker received a CIHR grant (for about $100,000) to build a small-area level (dissemination level) retail food environment map for Canada using the Business Register (BR). The BR is a census of all the businesses in Canada, coded according to the North American Industry Classification Standards. Current work is assessing the validity of the dataset.

Dr. L’Abbe received CIHR funding (2016-2021) that supported 2017 and 2020 FLIP collections and further CIHR funding (2019-2025), these grants will continue to support work on many INFORMAS modules in the coming years.

Dr. Mary L’Abbé

Professor

Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto

Food composition, labelling, promotion, prices and provision modules

Phone: +1 416 978 7235; mobile +1 416 605 1902

Email: Dr. Mary L’Abbé


Dr. Leia Minaker

Assistant Professor
School of Planning, Faculty of Environment, University of Waterloo

Retail module

Email: Dr Leia Minaker

 

 

 


dr lana vanderlee

Dr Lana Vanderlee

Assistant Professor

Université Laval

Food-EPI and Private Sector modules

Email: Dr Lana Vanderlee

 

 


beatriz franco arellano

Beatriz Franco Arellano

PhD Candidate, CIHR Graduate Scholarship
Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto

Labelling module

Email: Beatriz Franco Arellano

 


dr marie-eve labonteDr Marie-Ève Labonté

Assistant Professor

Université Laval

Price module

Email: Dr Marie-Ève Labonté


Laura Vergeer

PhD Candidate, CIHR Graduate Scholarship
Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto

Food manufacturer and nutrient profiling (Private Sector module)

Email: Laura Vergeer

 


Christine Mulligan

PhD Candidate, CIHR Graduate Scholarship
Department of Nutritional Sciences, University of Toronto

Food marketing on packaged food (Food Labelling Module)
Corporate Political Activity

Email: Christine Mulligan

Module

Status (as at 26 February 2020)

Outputs

Public Sector (Food EPI)

  • Final report published December 2017 

 Food-EPI Full Report Canada “Creating Healthier Food environments in Canada: Current policies and

 priority actions” 

 Executive Summary  

8,16-22,27,28,30-32,34,37,

Private Sector

  • Completed packaged food and beverage manufacturers assessments, will be publicly released February 2019
  • Finalizing scoring for Restaurant and Supermarket sectors – to be released
  • Assessing the nutritional quality of product portfolios of major packaged food and beverage manufacturers – Presented at ISBNPA in June 2019 and FENS in October 2019; manuscript submitted to BMC Public Health (minor revisions requested)

1,9-11,15,33

Food Composition

  • Data collection and analyses completed for 2010 and 2013;
  • Data collection for 2017 has been completed, analyses being conducted
  • 2020 Data collection preparations underway; planned for April-August 2020

5,6,38-40, 42-48,50,62

Food Labelling

  • Analysis of the 2013 Food Label Database completed and published
12,23,24,25,36,41,52-57

Food Promotion

 

Food Marketing

  • Information for packaged foods collected in 2010 and 2013. Analyses of child directed marketing on package in 2017 underway
  • INFORMAS publication by Dr. Monique Potvin Kent regarding digital advertising

 

  • Dr. Monique Potvin Kent has been working to assess marketing in Canada using various approaches (some of which are related to INFORMAS)

 

 

2,3,4,7,13,14,29,35,49

Food Prices
  • Data collection completed
  • Data quality verification completed
  • Analyses of effects of sodium reduction on food pricing between 2013 and 2017 completed for a number of priority categories (ongoing)
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Food Retail
  • Leia Minaker (U Waterloo) and her team are leading the INFORMAS Retail Module – Canada.
  • She has worked with Health Canada to develop a retail food environment assessment manual for Canadian communities, which is currently being piloted in communities across Canada.
  • She is co-lead of the FRESH-IT project, which is a CIHR-funded knowledge-to-action grant that has worked with four small- to mid-size municipalities across Canada to assess the retail food environment and plan for interventions.
 
Food Provision
  • –      Dr. L’Abbe organized and held a global Zoom teleconference (May 2019) to gather information among those who are completing the provision module or conducting related research in other modules.  Attendees from Canada, Norway, Ethiopia, Ghana, NZ, Chile and Mexico participated.  A separate call with researchers from China will be held shortly. A follow up call was help Feb 26, 2020.
  • –      An online repository has been developed on Dropbox as an area to gather materials and for collaboration for the INFORMAS School Food Monitoring Network to assist with further development of methods for this module
  • –      Hospital foods analysed for Canada (2013)
 60,61
Food Trade & Investment
  • Included as part of the INFORMAS Canada proposed research
 

Karbasy, K., Vanderlee, L., &  L’Abbé, M. (2019). Supporting healthier food environments in the City of Toronto: Current policies and priority actions. Toronto, Canada: Retrieved from http://labbelab.utoronto.ca/projects/local-food-epi-2019/

Karbasy, K., Vanderlee, L., &  L’Abbé, M. (2019). Supporting healthier food environments in the Region of Peel: Current Policies and priority actions. Toronto, Canada: Retrieved from http://labbelab.utoronto.ca/projects/local-food-epi-2019/

Karbasy, K., Vanderlee, L., &  L’Abbé, M. (2019). Supporting healthier food environments in the City of Greater Sudbury: Current policies and actions. Toronto, Canada: Retrieved from http://labbelab.utoronto.ca/projects/local-food-epi-2019/

Vanderlee, L., Vergeer, L., Sacks, G., Robinson, E., & L’Abbé, M. (2019). Food and beverage manufacturers in Canada: Policies and commitments to improve the food environment BIA-Obesity Canada 2019. Toronto, Canada: Retrieved from www.labbelab.utoronto.ca/BIA-Obesity-Canada-2019.

Franco-Arellano, B., Min Ah, K., Vandevijvere, S., Bernstein, J.T., Labonté, M., Mulligan, C., & L’Abbé, M.R. (2019). Assessment of Packaged Foods and Beverages Carrying Nutrition Marketing against Canada’s Food Guide Recommendations. Nutrients, 11(2), 411; doi.org/10.3390/nu11020411

R.Kanter, L. Vanderlee, S. Vandevijvere. (2018). Front-of-package nutrition labelling policy: global progress and future directions. Public health Nutrition, 21(8), 1399-1408.DOI.org/10.1017/S1368980018000010

 

This is a synopsis of INFORMAS-related work by Canada to date.  
 
  1. Mulligan, C. Christoforou, A.K. Vergeer, L. Bernstein, J.T. L’Abbé, M.R. Evaluating the Canadian Packaged Food Supply Using Health Canada’s Proposed Nutrient Criteria for Restricting Food and Beverage Marketing to Children. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2020, 17, 1250.

 

  1. Vergeer L, Vanderlee L, Ahmed M, Franco-Arellano B, Mulligan C, Dickinson K, L’Abbé MR. A comparison of the nutritional quality of products offered by the top packaged food and beverage companies in Canada. Submitted to BMC Public Health (revisions requested).

 

  1. Czoli, C.D.; Pauzé, E.; Potvin Kent, M. Exposure to Food and Beverage Advertising on Television among Canadian Adolescents, 2011 to 2016. Nutrients 2020, 12, 428.

 

  1. Potvin Kent, M., Velazquez, C.E., Pauzé, E. et al. Food and beverage marketing in primary and secondary schools in Canada. BMC Public Health 19, 114 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-019-6441-x

 

  1. Vergeer, L. Veira, P. Bernstein, J.T. Weippert, M. L’Abbé, M.R. The Calorie and Nutrient Density of More- Versus Less-Processed Packaged Food and Beverage Products in the Canadian Food Supply. Nutrients 2019, 11, 2782.

 

  1. Potvin Kent, M, Pauzé, E, Roy, E‐A, de Billy, N, Czoli, C. Children and adolescents’ exposure to food and beverage marketing in social media apps. Pediatric Obesity. 2019; 14:e12508. https://doi.org/10.1111/ijpo.12508

 

  1. Vanderlee L, Goorang S, Karbasy K, Vandevijvere S, L’Abbé MR. Policies to create healthier food environments in Canada: evaluation and prioritized actions using the Health Food Environment Policy Index (Food-EPI). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2019;16(22): 4473; https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph16224473

8.           Vergeer L, Ahmed M, Vanderlee L, L’Abbé M. Examining the nutritional quality of the product portfolios of major packaged food and beverage companies in Canada. Accepted as an oral presentation at the 13th Federation of European Nutrition Societies (FENS) European Nutrition Conference. October 15-18, 2019. Dublin, Ireland.

 

  1. Vanderlee L, Vergeer L, Sacks G, Robinson E, L’Abbe M. Policies and commitments of major Canadian food manufacturing companies to improve the food environment. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Meeting. (June 6 – Oral). Prague, Czech Republic.

 

  1. Vergeer L, Ahmed M, Franco-Arellano B, Dickinson K, Mulligan C, Vanderlee L, L’Abbé M. An evaluation and comparison of the nutritional quality of packaged food and beverage products offered by major food companies in Canada according to the Health Star Rating system. Presented at the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Meeting. June 6, 2019. Prague, Czech Republic.

 

  1. Franco-Arellano, B., Kim, M. A., Vandevijvere, S., Bernstein, J. T., Labonté, M., Mulligan, C., & L’Abbé, M. R. (2019). Assessment of Packaged Foods and Beverages Carrying Nutrition Marketing against Canada’s Food Guide Recommendations. Nutrients, 11.

 

  1. Vergeer L, Vanderlee L, L’Abbé M. An evaluation of voluntary commitments made by major food companies in Canada to improve the nutritional quality of their products. Oral and poster presentations at the 6th Canadian Obesity Summit. April 23-26, 2019. Ottawa, Canada.

 

  1. Vergeer L, Vanderlee L, Potvin Kent M, Mulligan C, L’Abbé MR. (2019). The effectiveness of voluntary policies and commitments in restricting unhealthy food marketing to Canadian children on food company websites. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 44(1): 74-82, DOI:1139/apnm-2018-0528.

14.        Potvin Kent M, Pauze E. The Frequency and Healthfulness of Food and Beverages Advertised on Adolescents’ Preferred Web Sites in Canada. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2018;63(1):102-107.

  1. Vergeer L, Vanderlee L, L’Abbé MR. (2018). A tool to evaluate the food environment policies and commitments of food companies in Canada. Oral presentation at “The Future of Obesity Prevention and Management 2.0” event held by Obesity Canada, Toronto, Canada.

16.        Vanderlee L, Goorang S, Karbasy K, Schermel A, L’Abbe M. (2018) “Food environments in Canada: Current policies and priority actions”. The summary report as well as all provincial and territorial reports can be found at: http://labbelab.utoronto.ca/food-epi-canada-2017/

  1. Karbasy K, Vanderlee L, L’Abbe M. May 2019. Supporting healthier food environments in the Region of Peel/City of Toronto/City of Greater Sudbury: Current policies and priority actions. 2019. Available at www.labbelab.utoronto.ca/Local-Food-EPI

 

  1. Vanderlee L, Goorang S, Karbasy K, Schermel A, L’Abbe M. (2018) Food environments in Canada: Current policies and priority actions. Presented at the Canadian Public Health Association Annual Meeting. May 29, 2018. Montreal, Canada.

19.        L’Abbe MR and Vanderlee, L. (2018) Nutrition Resource Centre webinar with over 200 individuals in attendance to present the Ontario report.

  1. L’Abbé M, Vanderlee L. (2018). Creating Healthier Food Environments in Canada: Current policies and priority actions. Briefing synopsis to Public Health Agency of Canada and Health Canada, Ottawa, Canada

 

  1. Vanderlee L, L’Abbé M. (2017). Creating healthier food environments in Canada: Current policies and priority actions. Briefing synopsis to the Provincial/Territorial Group on Nutrition, Bimonthly teleconference, Canada

 

  1. Vanderlee L, L’Abbé M. (2017). Creating healthier food environments in Canada: Current policies and priority actions. Briefing synopsis to Health Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

 

  1. Franco-Arellano B, Labonté ME, Bernstein J and L’Abbé MR. (2018). Examining the nutritional quality of Canadian packaged foods and beverages with and without nutrition claims. Nutrients. 10(7): E832.

 

  1. Labonte M, Emrich TE, Scarborough P, Rayner M, L’Abbe MR. (2018). Potential impact of adopting traffic light labelling on mortality from noncommunicable diseases in Canada: A scenario modelling study. Journal of Preventive Medicine.

 

  1. Vanderlee L, L’Abbé M. (2017). Commentary – Food for thought on food environments in Canada. Health Promot Chronic Dis Prev Can. 37(9): 263-265.

 

  1. Vanderlee L, Oh Y, Ahmed M, Franco-Arellano B, L’Abbe MR. (2017). Technical report to inform front-of- package nutrition labelling in Canada. The efficacy of front-of- package labelling schemes: an experimental study. Health Canada

 

  1. Karbasy, K, Vanderlee L, L’Abbe M. (2018). Local Food-EPI: pilot study to assess municipal food environment policies in Ontario. Canadian Nutrition Society Annual Meeting (Poster Presentation)

 

  1. Vanderlee L, L’Abbe M. (2018). The food environment in Canada: Current policies and priority actions. Part of symposium titled “Food environment policy in Canada and around the globe” chaired by Dr. Mary L’Abbe. Canadian Nutrition Society Annual Meeting (Oral Presentation)

 

  1. Vergeer L, Vanderlee L, Potvin Kent M, Mulligan C, L’Abbé MR. (2018). Examining the nutritional quality of products marketed to children on websites of top food companies in Canada. Canadian Nutrition Society Annual Conference (Poster Presentation)

 

  1. Vanderlee L, Goorang S, Karbasy K, Schermel A, L’Abbe M. (2018). The food environment in Canada: Current policies and priority actions. Canadian Public Health Association Annual Meeting (Oral Presentation)

 

  1. Vanderlee L, Karbasy K, Vandevijvere S, Swinburn B L’Abbe MR. Examining food environment policy implementation in Canada: adapting the Food-EPI tool and process to the Canadian context. (October 17, 2017 – Poster). IUNS 21st International Congress on Nutrition. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

  1. Vanderlee L, Karbasy K, L’Abbe MR. An analysis of government action regarding food environment policies in Canada by jurisdiction. (May 25, 2017 – Poster). Canadian Nutrition Society Annual Meeting. Montreal, Canada.

 

  1. Vanderlee L, Sacks G, Vergeer L, Robinson E, Vandevijvere S, Swinburn B, L’Abbe M for INFORMAS. Implementation of a tool to evaluate policy actions and commitments of chain restaurants in Canada. (October 19, 2017 – Oral). IUNS 21st International Congress on Nutrition. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

  1. Karbasy K, Vanderlee L, L’Abbe M. (2017). A comprehensive local food environment policy monitoring framework. Canadian Nutrition Society Annual Meeting (Poster Presentation)

 

  1. Vergeer L, Vanderlee L, Kent MP, L’Abbé MR. Commitments and actions regarding marketing to children on company websites of major packaged food companies in Canada. (May 25, 2017 – Poster). Canadian Nutrition Society Annual Meeting. Montreal, Canada.

 

  1. Ahmed M and Aziz A. Front-of-Package Labelling Perspectives on implementation and the impact of front-of-package labels on consumers’ food choices and perceptions. Symposium, Canadian Nutrition Society, Halifax 2018.

 

  1. Vanderlee L, Sacks G, Vergeer L, Robinson E, Vandevijvere S, Swinburn B, L’Abbé M for INFORMAS. Examining food environment policies of major chain restaurants in Canada. (June 9, 2017 – Oral). International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Meeting. Victoria, Canada.

 

  1. Bernstein JT, Schermel A, Mills CM, L’Abbé MR. 2016. Total and free sugar content of Canadian prepackaged foods and beverages. Nutrients. 2016;8(9): E582.

 

  1. Arcand J, Jefferson K, Schermel A, Shah F, Trang S, Kutlesa D, Lou W, L’Abbe MR. 2016. Examination of food industry progress in reducing the sodium content of packaged foods in Canada: 2010 to 2013. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 2016 Jun;41(6):684-90. doi: 10.1139/apnm-2015-0617. Epub 2016 Apr 26. PMID: 27113326

 

  1. Semnani-Azad Z, Scourboutakos MJ, L’Abbé MR. Kids’ Meals from Chain Restaurants: Exceedingly High in Calories, Fats, and Sodium. BMC Nutrition 2016: 2:16 doi:10.1186/s40795-016-0056-8.

 

  1. Schermel A, Wong CL, L’Abbé MR. 2016. Are Foods with Fat-Related Claims Useful for Weight Management? Appetite 2016;96:154-159. doi: 10.1016/j.appet.2015.09.003.

 

  1. Scourboutakos MJ, Semnani-Azad Z, L’Abbe MR. 2015. Added Sugars in Kids’ Meals from Chain Restaurants. Prevent Med Rep EPub Available Online 1 Dec 2014. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2211335514000163

 

  1. Scourboutakos MJ, L’Abbe MR. 2014. Changes in sodium levels in chain restaurant foods in Canada (2010-2013): a longitudinal study. Can Med Assoc J Open 2014 Oct 1;2(4):E343-51. doi: 10.9778/cmajo.20140028. PMID: 25553327

 

  1. Arcand J, Scourboutakos MJ, Au JT, L’Abbe MR. 2014 Trends in trans fatty acids in the Canadian food supply: an updated analysis. Am J Clin Nutr. 2014;100(4):1116-23. Epub 2014 Aug 6

 

  1. Arcand J, Au JTC, Schermel A, L’Abbe MR. 2014. A comprehensive analysis of sodium levels in the Canadian packaged food supply. Am J Prev Med 2014;46(6):633–642.

 

  1. Scourboutakos MJ, Semnani-Azad Z, L’Abbe MR. 2013. Restaurant Meals: Almost a Full Day’s Worth of Calories, Fats, and Sodium.  JAMA Intern Med. 2013; 173(14):1373-4.

 

  1. Scourboutakos MJ, L’Abbé MR. 2013. Sodium Levels in Canadian Fast-food and Sit-down Restaurants. Can J Public Health 2013; 104(1):e2-e8.

 

  1. Scourboutakos MJ, L’Abbé MR. 2012. Restaurant menus: calories, caloric density, and serving size. Am J Prevent Med. 43(3):249-255.

 

  1. Schermel A, Emrich TE, Arcand J, Wong CL, L’Abbé MR. 2013. Nutrition marketing on processed food packages in Canada: 2010 Food Label Information Program. Appl Physiol Nutr Metab. 2013; 38(6):666-72.

 

  1. Kim MA, Franco-Arellano B and L’Abbé MR. (2017). “Prevalence of partially and hydrogenated oils in the Canadian food supply”. Canadian Society of Nutrition Annual Meeting. Montreal, QC. May 25 – 27. Poster Presentation

 

  1. Emrich TE, Qi Y, Cohen JE, Lou WY, L’Abbe MR. 2015. Appetite 2015; 84(1): 148-153. (featured on www.foodnavigator.com)

 

  1. Franco-Arellano B, Bernstein JT, Norsen S, Schermel A and L’Abbé MR (2017). “Assessing nutrition and other claims on food labels: A repeated cross-sectional analysis of the Canadian food supply”. BMC Nutrition – under review

 

  1. Franco-Arellano B, Labonté ME, Bernstein J and L’Abbé MR (2017). “Are health claims nudging consumers towards healthier food choices? An analysis of the nutritional quality of pre-packaged foods carrying health claims in the Canadian food supply”. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Meeting. Victoria, BC. Jun 7-10, 2017. Oral Presentation.

 

  1. Bernstein JT, Franco-Arellano B, Schermel A, Labonte ME, L’Abbé MR. (2017). “Healthfulness and nutritional composition of Canadian prepackaged foods with and without sugar claims”. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Meeting. Victoria, BC. Jun 7-10, 2017. Oral Presentation.

 

  1. Franco-Arellano B, Labonté ME, Bernstein J and L’Abbé MR. (2017). “Assessing the nutritional quality of pre-packaged foods carrying nutrient content and front-of-pack claims in the Canadian food supply”. Canadian Society of Nutrition Annual Meeting. Montreal, QC. May 25 – 27. Poster Presentation

 

  1. Bernstein JT, Franco-Arellano B, Schermel A. L’Abbé MR. (2017). “Is nutrition marketing more common in high sugar foods?” Canadian Society of Nutrition Annual Meeting. Montreal, QC. May 25 – 27. Poster Presentation

 

  1. Franco-Arellano B, Kim MA, Vandevijvere S, Bernstein JT, Labonté ME, and L’Abbé MRPhD. “Healthfulness of Canadian packaged food products with and without health-related claims: An INFORMAS-based approach”. (October 2017). International Congress of Nutrition. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

  1. Labonté ME, Noorhosseini S, Bernstein J, Ahmed M, L’Abbé MR. Are Foods of Higher Nutritional Quality More Expensive Than Their Less Healthy Counterparts? An Analysis of Canadian Packaged Foods. Abstract published in FASEB J. 2016;30:131.7. Presented at Experimental Biology (EB) 2016, April 3rd, 2016, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA. Available from: http://www.fasebj.org/content/30/1_Supplement/131.7 [Oral presentation + Finalist in the ASN Emerging Leaders in Nutrition Science Poster Competition].

 

  1. L’Abbé M, Schermel A, Minaker L, Kelly B, Lee A, Vandevijvere S, Twohig P, Barquera S, Friel S, Hawkes C, Kumanyika S, Lobstein T, Ma J, Macmullan J, Mohan S, Monteiro C, Neal B, Rayner M, Sacks G, Sanders D, Snowdon W, Swinburn B, Walker C. INFORMAS. Monitoring foods and beverages provided and sold in public sector settings, Obesity Reviews, 2013; 14(S1), 96-107

 

  1. Arcand J, L’Abbe M, Newton G. 2013. Hospital Salt — Reply. Response to Morton Satin’s (Salt Institute) letter regarding study “Evaluation of sodium levels in hospital patient menus”, JAMA Intern Med. 2013 Mar 11;173(5):391-2.

 

  1. Arcand J, Steckham K, Tzianetas R, L’Abbé MR, Newton GE. Evaluation of sodium levels in hospital patient menus. Arch Intern Med. 2012; 172 (16) 1261-62. doi:10.1001/archinternmed.2012.2368

 

  1. Franco-Arellano B, Arcand J, Kim MA, Schermel A and L’Abbe M. “Progress towards eliminating industrially-produced trans-fatty acids in the Canadian marketplace, 2013-2017”. Public Health Nutrition (In press, accepted Nov 11, 2019)
 
  • Canadian Institutes of Health Research
  • Burroughs Wellcome Trust