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Nutritious Food Basket

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Nutritious Food Basket 
Guidance DocumentMinistry of Health Promotion
This document is not intended to provide legal advice or to be a substitute for the professional judgment of public health staff. Public health staff should consult with their legal counsel asappropriate. Where there is a conflict between this guidance document and the Ontario PublicHealth Standards (OPHS), the Health Protection and Promotion Act (HPPA), or its regulations,the OPHS, HPPA or regulations, as the case may be, prevail.
Standards, Programs & Community Development BranchMinistry of Health PromotionMay 2010
Working Group Co-Chairs
 
Krista Burns
Working Group Members
 
Susan HubayBridget KingPat VanderkooyJudie Wilkie
 
ISBN: 978-1-4435-2904-4© Queen’s Printer for Ontario, 2010Published for the Ministry of Health Promotion
Nutritious Food Basket Guidance Document
 
Nutritious Food Basket Guidance Document 3
Table of Contents
Preamble
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Introduction..........................................................................................................................61.1 Purpose .............................................................................................................................61.2 What is a Nutritious Food Basket? ...................................................................................71.3 History of Food Baskets in Canada...................................................................................7
2.0
 Data Access, Collection and Management...........................................................................82.1 Personnel ..........................................................................................................................82.2 Training Surveyors .............................................................................................................92.3 Selection of Grocery Stores ..............................................................................................9
3.0
 Data Analysis and Interpretation........................................................................................123.1 Collecting the Data .........................................................................................................123.2 Calculating the Cost of the NFB .....................................................................................123.3 Using the Household Size Adjustment Factor ................................................................133.4 Considerations for Interpretation and Reporting the NFB Data ....................................133.5 Comparisons/Interpretation of the NFB .........................................................................14
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 Reporting and Dissemination.............................................................................................164.1 Reporting ........................................................................................................................164.2 Dissemination .................................................................................................................16
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 Action..................................................................................................................................175.1 Using the NFB to support program planning .................................................................175.2 Income Scenarios ............................................................................................................185.3 Tracking Trends: comparison of the NFB data to the Consumer Price index ................185.4 Additional Activities to Consider for Enhanced NFB Analysis .......................................195.4.1 Conduct a Community Food Assessment .............................................................195.4.2 Surveying Other Food Items..................................................................................205.4.3 Using a Participatory Approach to Research .........................................................22
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 Conclusion..........................................................................................................................23

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