Development work for wave 2 of the food and you survey

Smeaton, D., Draper, A., Durante, L. and Vowden, K. 2010. Development work for wave 2 of the food and you survey. London Food Standards Agency.

TitleDevelopment work for wave 2 of the food and you survey
AuthorsSmeaton, D., Draper, A., Durante, L. and Vowden, K.
TypeProject report
FileSmeaton_et_al_2010.pdf
Year2010
PublisherFood Standards Agency
Place of publicationLondon
Publication dates
Published2010
Web address (URL)http://foodbase.org.uk/admintools/reportdocuments/641-1-1116_WAVE_2_DEV_FINAL_REPORT_FINAL.pdf
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:UnitReport16

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