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The New Food Label, Type of Fat, and Consumer Choice

A Pilot Study

Kathleen B. Hrovat, MEd; Karen Z. Harris; Alan D. Leach, MS; Betsy S. Russell, MBA; Betsy V. Harris, MEd; Dennis L. Sprecher, MD

Arch Fam Med. 1994;3(8):690-695.

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