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Healthy Dine Nation Act “Junk Food Tax” Implementation Study, 2016-2018

 

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HDNA Taxed Foods

 

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Healthy Dine Nation Act "Junk Food Tax" Implementation Study, 2016-2018


The Navajo Nation Healthy Diné Nation Act: A Two Percent Tax on Foods of Minimal-to-No Nutritious Value, 2015–2019

Summary Slides – 2020 Navajo Nation HDNA

The Navajo Nation Healthy Diné Nation Act: A Description of CommunityWellness Projects Funded by a 2% Tax on Minimal-to-No-Nutritious-Value Foods

 

The Navajo Nation Junk Food Tax and the Path to Food Sovereignty

 

Successful implementation of the Healthy Dine Nation Act in stores on the Navajo Nation

   

Changes in food pricing and availability on the Navajo Nation following a 2% tax on unhealthy foods: The Healthy Dine Nation Act of 2014

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Shopper Purchasing Trends at Small Stores on the Navajo Nation since the Passage of the Healthy Diné Nation Act Tax: A Multi-Year Cross-sectional Survey

Health Dine Nation Act

 

Healthy Dine Nation Act "Junk Food Tax" Implementation Study, 2016-2018

Our Voice: Implementation Results of Healthy Dine Nation Act 2016-2018   Read more →

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