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FUNDING/SUPPORT This work was supported by a grant from Healthy Eating Research, a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and by the Carolina Population Center (CPC P2C HD050924). Data for this study were provided by the Duke-UNC USDA Center for Behavioral Economics and Healthy Food Choice Research through third party agreements with the US Department of Agriculture and IRI (Information Resources, Inc). Any opinions, findings, recommendations, or conclusions are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture. The analysis, findings, and conclusions expressed in this paper also should not be attributed to IRI. This research was conducted in collaboration with US Department of Agriculture under a third-party agreement with IRI.
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- ErratumJournal of the Academy of Nutrition and DieteticsVol. 118Issue 6
- PreviewIn the article “No Fat, No Sugar, No Salt . . . No Problem? Prevalence of ‘Low-Content’ Nutrient Claims and Their Associations with the Nutritional Profile of Food and Beverage Purchases in the United States,” published in the September 2017 issue of the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the authors and web address listed for reference 15 (p 1373) are incorrect. Reference 15 should read as follows: Muth MK, Sweitzer M, Brown D, et al. Understanding IRI household-based and store-based scanner data.