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Appetite for convenience: how the surge in online food delivery could be harming our health

By Stephanie Partridge, NHMRC/National Heart Foundation Early Career Fellow, University of Sydney
Alice A Gibson, NHMRC Research Fellow, Menzies Centre for Health Policy and Economics
Julie Redfern, Professor of Public Health, University of Sydney
Rajshri Roy, Senior lecturer, University of Auckland
Rebecca Raeside, PhD Candidate, Research Officer, University of Sydney
Sisi Jia, PhD Candidate, University of Sydney
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During the pandemic, Australians have been using food delivery apps more than ever. We’ve assessed how healthy the options available to us are — and the news isn’t good.

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