The digital transformation of the food environment (e.g., supermarket websites and apps) presents both opportunities and threats regarding responsible consumption, particularly for promoting healthy food choices. In the past, digitalization has given rise to disparities resulting from a digital divide. Similarly, digital choice environments have shown potential for promoting healthy food choice, for example by personalised nudging, but these potential benefits have predominantly been reaped by individuals of higher socioeconomic position.
- Gera Nagelhout (Universiteit Maastricht)
5041 SE Tilburg