Reports & Publications

December 2022

The DQQ is a Valid Tool to Collect Population-Level Food Group Consumption Data

A Study Among Women in Ethiopia, Vietnam, and Solomon Islands
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Global Report 2022

Measuring what the world eats: Insights from a new approach
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Brief: Measuring What the World Eats

Four Page Brief
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Country Profiles

Insights from nationally representative DQQ data collected in 2021. Additional countries coming soon!

Other Publications

Uyar, B.T., Talsma, E.F., Herforth, A.W., Trijsburg, L.E., Vogliano, C., Pastori, G., Bekele, T.H. and Brouwer, I.D., 2022. The DQQ is a valid tool to collect population level food group consumption data: A study among women in Ethiopia, Viet Nam, and Solomon Islands. The Journal of Nutrition.

Herforth, A.W., Wiesmann, D., Martinez-Steele, E., Andrade, G. and Monteiro, C.A., 2020. Introducing a suite of low-burden diet quality indicators that reflect healthy diet patterns at population level.Current Developments in Nutrition, 4(12), p.nzaa168.

Ma. S., Herforth, A.W., Vogliano, C., Zou, Z. 2022. Most Commonly-Consumed Food Items by Food Group, and by Province, in China: Implications for Diet Quality Monitoring. Nutrients, 14(9), 1754.

Wang, H., Herforth, A.W., Xi, B. and Zou, Z., 2022. Validation of the Diet Quality Questionnaire in Chinese Children and Adolescents and Relationship with Pediatric Overweight and Obesity. Nutrients, 14(17), p.3551.

Manners, R., Adewopo, J., Niyibituronsa, M., Remans, R., Ghosh, A., Schut, M., Egoeh, S.G., Kilwendge, R., Fraenzel, A. 2022. Leveraging Digital Tools and Crowdsourcing Approaches to Generate High-Frequency Data for Diet Quality Monitoring at Population Scale in Rwanda. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems.

Herforth, A.W. 2016. Seeking Indicators of Healthy Diets. Washington, DC: Gallup.