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Longitudinal study of Consumer Price Index (CPI) trends in core and non-core foods in Australia
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health
Objective: This study examined trends in the price of healthy and less-healthy foods from 1989 to 2007 using the Australian Consumer Price Index (CPI). Methods: CPI food expenditure classes were classified as 'core' or 'non-core'. Trends in the CPI were analysed to examine the rise in prices of core compared with non-core foods. Results: On average, the CPI for core foods has risen at a slightly higher, though not statistically significant, rate than non-core foods. Furthermore, selecteddoi:10.1111/j.1753-6405.2008.00278.x pmid:18959549 fatcat:eodlkj4hpfb3jl3vjn65jkbzq4