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Title: Northern Territory Market basket survey 2016
Authors: Department of Health
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Department of Health
Abstract: The food supply in remote communities has changed significantly in recent years with community members having access to various sources, such as takeaways and private vendors, school canteens and nutrition programs, and aged care programs. Despite these developments the community store remains a major contributor to the food supply in remote communities1. Community stores are therefore a key player in the health of Aboriginal people living in remote areas.
Description: There are two parts to the Market basket survey the report and summary.
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Type: Technical Report
Subjects: Surveys;Nutrition;Statistics;Consumers;Aboriginal people;Costs and cost analysis;Remote areas;Retail industry
Appears in Collections:NT General Collection

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