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Understanding Food Purchase Decisions in Low-income Populations

Dr Hannah Theobald, nutrition and country support manager of the Scaling Up Nutrition Business Network (SBN) and the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN)  is the author of “Consumer Insight for Improved Nutrition: Why consumer research is required to develop demand for nutritious foods among low-income consumers”, published in the ‘Focus on Food Culture’ edition of Sight and Life magazine.

Uncovering Nutritional Solutions in Haiti

Adrienne Clermont is a research associate at the Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, USA, and the author of ‘Market-Based Sales of Nutritional Products in Low-Income Settings: Acceptability and feasibility from consumer focus groups in Haiti’. The article is based on research from her thesis project for her Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) in Human Nutrition and is published in the Sight and Life magazine, Focus on Food Culture edition.

Why Ethnographic Research?

Dr Eva C Monterrosa is the senior scientific manager at Sight and Life and the co-author, with Prof Gretel H Pelto, graduate professor at Cornell University, Ithaca, of “The Mother-Child Food Relationship in the Study of Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices”, published in the ‘Focus on Food Culture’ edition of Sight and Life magazine. This article shines a light on how biology and culture come together at the level of the diet by reviewing infant and young child feeding (IYCF) practices. Far from ‘story-telling’, Dr Monterrosa says research that incorporates a cultural perspective achieves two objectives: First, to generate explanatory frameworks that help us understand and generate hypotheses about health behaviors; and, second, to design programs to improve behaviors.

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