Dr Tailane Scapin

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Position

Research Fellow

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Health & Social Dev

Campus

Geelong Waterfront Campus

Publications

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2022

Evidence Gaps in Assessments of the Healthiness of Online Supermarkets Highlight the Need for New Monitoring Tools: a Systematic Review

D Maganja, M Miller, K Trieu, T Scapin, A Cameron, J Wu

(2022), Vol. 24, pp. 215-233, Current Atherosclerosis Reports, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal article

The Contribution of Major Food Categories and Companies to Household Purchases of Added Sugar in Australia

D Coyle, M Shahid, E Dunford, C Ni Mhurchu, T Scapin, K Trieu, M Marklund, J Chun Yu Louie, B Neal, J Wu

(2022), Vol. 122, pp. 345-353, Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Front-of-pack nutrition labels: perceptions and preferences of Brazilian adult consumers

A Mazzonetto, A Fernandes, A de Souza, V Rodrigues, T Scapin, P Uggioni, M Veiros, G Bernardo, R Proença

(2022), Vol. 124, pp. 3888-3906, British Food Journal, C1

journal article
2021

A Proposed Research Agenda for Promoting Healthy Retail Food Environments in the East Asia-Pacific Region

A Cameron, E Reeve, J Marshall, T Scapin, O Huse, D Riesenberg, D Jeyapalan, S Demaio, F Watson, R Kupka, K Correa, M Blake, K Backholer, A Peeters, G Sacks

(2021), Vol. 10, pp. 267-281, Current Nutrition Reports, United States, C1

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The adaptation, validation, and application of a methodology for estimating the added sugar content of packaged food products when total and added sugar labels are not mandatory

T Scapin, J Louie, S Pettigrew, B Neal, V Rodrigues, A Fernandes, G Bernardo, P Lazzarin Uggioni, R Proença

(2021), Vol. 144, Food Research International, Canada, C1

journal article

An innovative machine learning approach to predict the dietary fiber content of packaged foods

T Davies, J Louie, T Scapin, S Pettigrew, J Wu, M Marklund, D Coyle

(2021), Vol. 13, Nutrients, Switzerland, C1

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Influence of sugar label formats on consumer understanding and amount of sugar in food choices: A systematic review and meta-analyses

T Scapin, A Fernandes, C Curioni, S Pettigrew, B Neal, D Coyle, V Rodrigues, G Bernardo, P Uggioni, R Proença

(2021), Vol. 79, pp. 788-801, Nutrition Reviews, United States, C1

journal article
2020

Do Foods Products Labeled "Home-made" Contain Fewer Additives? A Brazilian Survey

L Kanematsu, J Müller, T Scapin, R Fabri, C Colussi, G Bernardo, A Fernandes, R Pacheco Da Costa Proenca, P Uggioni

(2020), Vol. 26, pp. 486-498, Journal of Food Products Marketing, C1

journal article
2018

Use of added sugars in packaged foods sold in Brazil

T Scapin, A Fernandes, A Dos Anjos, R Proença

(2018), Vol. 21, pp. 3328-3334, Public Health Nutrition, England, C1

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Serving size and nutrition labelling: Implications for nutrition information and nutrition claims on packaged foods

N Kliemann, M Kraemer, T Scapin, V Rodrigues, A Fernandes, G Bernardo, P Uggioni, R Proença

(2018), Vol. 10, Nutrients, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Where are the low-calorie sweeteners? An analysis of the presence and types of low-calorie sweeteners in packaged foods sold in Brazil from food labelling

L Figueiredo, T Scapin, A Fernandes, R Proença

(2018), Vol. 21, pp. 447-453, Public Health Nutrition, England, C1

journal article
2017

Added sugars: Definitions, classifications, metabolism and health implications

T Scapin, A Fernandes, R Proença

(2017), Vol. 30, pp. 663-677, Revista de Nutricao, C1

journal article
2015

Children's influence over family food purchases of ultra processed foods: Interference of nutritional status

T Scapin, C Moreira, G Fiates

(2015), Vol. 39, pp. 345-353, Mundo da Saude, C1

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Funded Projects at Deakin

Industry and Other Funding

Reshaping urban food retail environments for prevention of childhood overweight in East Asia and Pacific.

A/Prof Adrian Cameron, A/Prof Gary Sacks, Dr Tailane Scapin, Prof Anna Peeters

United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

  • 2022: $296,169
  • 2021: $112,901

Supervisions

No completed student supervisions to report