A search of peer-reviewed and grey literature was conducted to summarize the evidence for retail interventions, particularly with regard to impact on purchasing behaviors among consumers. Articles were retrieved by searching the SNAP-Ed Toolkit and PubMed database to identify studies of retail interventions. Needs assessments, modeling studies, and clinical interventions were excluded from review. In addition, multiple publications for the same intervention were excluded if they did not contribute new information that was relevant to the review. The titles and abstracts of articles retrieved were reviewed to determine their relevance to the literature review. Included studies were reviewed in entirety to extract key information about the study design and outcomes, as summarized in the literature review matrix.
Read the full report describing the project: Healthy Retail Interventions: Full Literature Review