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Appendix A: Workshop Agenda
Pages 131-134

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... Session Moderator: Sarah Roller Food Literacy as a Path to Food Well-Being Sonya Grier, American University 131
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... Sally Squires, Powell Tate, Washington, DC Food Communications: It's Greek to Me! Carol Byrd-Bredbenner, Rutgers University How Nutrition Information Is Presented and Processed by Consumers Craig Andrews, Marquette University Scot Burton, University of Arkansas
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... (AFTERNOON BREAK at ~3:00) 5:00 PM  Feedback on the Day from a Media Perspective, with Discussion David Freedman, The Atlantic 5:30 ADJOURN DAY 2: September 4, 2015 8:30 AM Review of Day 1 Sarah Roller 8:40 SESSION 3: Promoting Food Literacy: Communication Tools and Strategies Session goal: To explore the current state of the science con cerning how food literacy can be strengthened through com munications tools and strategies.
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... 134 FOOD LITERACY Marketing to Expand the Practice of Behaviors Associated with Food Literacy R Craig Lefebvre, RTI International The Social Norms Approach: Changing Behavior Through a Paradigm Shift Jennifer Bauerle, University of Virginia Values and Vittles: Applying Commercial Marketing Practices to Food Literacy Tom Nagle, Statler Nagle LLC Using Participatory Design to Improve Large-Scale Food Literacy Linda Neuhauser, University of California, Berkeley 11:00 Concluding Session  Session Moderators: Sarah Roller and Kristen Harrison, Planning Committee Member, University of Michigan 12:00 PM ADJOURN

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