Myths About Food and Low Income

This document for community and health workers, and local and national policy makers, challenges the myths and assumptions about people's ability to eat healthily on a low income. Myths include, 'They don't know how to shop or cook properly' and 'They spend too much on take-away food'.


This document for community and health workers, and local and national policy makers, challenges the myths and assumptions about people’s ability to eat healthily on a low income. Myths include, “They don’t know how to shop or cook properly” and “They spend too much on take-away food”.


01/01/1997
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