Abstract: The previously described survey of food-purchasing behaviour in a central-Australian Aboriginal community demonstrated that children have sufficient disposable income to provision themselves directly from food outlets. Subsequently, a community-based intervention project developed strategies to provide healthier choices for these children. Two years after the initial survey, a follow-up survey was conducted in which all food purchases by children under the age of 15 in the community were recorded over a two-week period. The results demonstrate an improvement in the quality of foods and beverages purchased by children at the time of the second survey.
Scrimgeour, David, Rowse, Tim, Knight, Sabina, 1994, Food-purchasing behaviour in an Aboriginal community. 2. Evaluation of an intervention aimed at children, Volume:18, Journal Article, viewed 25 August 2019, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=14882.