Year of publication
Other (adaption of NOVA)
Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, China, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan, Mexico, Nigeria, the Philippines, Serbia, Sudan, the USA and Zimbabwe.
Other (social media)
Age group of participant
n=9 (twitter accounts)
How food companies use social media to influence policy debates: a framework of Australian ultra-processed food industry Twitter data/Public Health Nutrition
Identify if and how Australian UPF industry actors use Twitter to influence food and health policy debates and produce a conceptual framework to describe the influence.
Top strategies UPF industry actors use on Twitter to influence food and health policy debates include co-opting public health narratives, opposing regulation, supporting voluntary, co- or self-regulation, engaging policy processes and decision-makers, linking regulatory environments to the need for ongoing profitability, affecting public perceptions and value judgemnets, using ignorance claims to distort policy narratives