Scrinis, G. & Monteiro, C. A. (2017) ‘Ultra-processed foods and the limits of product reformulation’. Public Health Nutr, 1-6.

Scrinis, G., Parker, C., & Carey, R. (2017). ‘The Caged Chicken or the Free-Range Egg?  The Regulatory and Market Dynamics of Layer-Hen Welfare in the UK, Australia and the USA’. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 30 (5), 783-808.

Clapp, J. & Scrinis, G. (2017) ‘Big Food, Nutritionism, and Corporate Power’. Globalizations, 14(4), 578-595.

Carey, R., Parker, C. & Scrinis, G. (2017) ‘Capturing the meaning of “free range”: The contest between producers, supermarkets and consumers for the higher welfare egg label in Australia’. Journal of Rural Studies, 54, 266-275.

Parker, C., Carey, R., De Costa, J. & Scrinis, G. (2017) ‘Can the hidden hand of the market be an effective and legitimate regulator? The case of animal welfare under a labeling for consumer choice policy approach’. Regulation & Governance, 11: 4, 368-387.

Fabbri, A., Chartres, N., Scrinis, G. & Bero, L. A. (2017) ‘Study sponsorship and the nutrition research agenda: analysis of randomized controlled trials included in systematic reviews of nutrition interventions to address obesity’. Public Health Nutr, 20(7), 1306-1313.


Scrinis, G. (2016) ‘Reformulation, fortification and functionalization: Big Food corporations’ nutritional engineering and marketing strategies’. The Journal of Peasant Studies, 43(1), 17-37.

Scrinis, G., and Christine Parker (2016) ‘Front-of-Pack Food Labelling and the Politics of Nutritional Nudges’,  Law and Policy, 38, 234-249.

Carey, R., Caraher, M., Lawrence, M. and  Friel, S. (2016) ‘Opportunities and challenges in developing a whole-of-government national food and nutrition policy: Lessons from Australia’s National Food Plan’Public Health Nutrition.  19: 3-14.

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Scrinis, G. (2015), ‘Big Food corporations and the nutritional marketing and regulation of processed foods’Canadian Food Studies.2 (2):136-145.

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Parker, C., & Scrinis, G. (2014). ‘Out of the cage and into the barn: supermarket power food system governance and the regulation of free range eggs’, Griffith Law Review, 23(2), 318-347.

Scrinis, G. (2014). ‘On the Ideology of Nutritionism’. In J. Pilcher (Ed.), Food History: Critical and Primary Sources (Vol. 4,). London: Bloomsbury, p. 405-421.

Santhanam-Martin, M. & Nettle, R. (2014) ‘Governing Australias Dairy Farm Workforce: A New Terrain for Negotiating Rural Community Sustainability’, International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food, 21.


Scrinis, G. (2013), Nutritionism: The Science and Politics of Dietary Advice, New York: Columbia University Press. 

Scrinis, G. (2013), ‘The Nutricentric Person’, in Doing Nutrition Differently: Critical Approaches to Dietary Intervention, ed. J. Hayes-Conroy. Ashgate. 


Scrinis, G. (2012), ‘Nutritionism and Functional Foods’, in The Philosophy of Food, ed. David Kaplan, University of California Press. 

Scrinis, G. & Lyons, K., (2012) ‘Nanotechnology, Functional Foods, and Nutritional Reductionism’, in Innovation in Healthy and Functional Foods, ed. Dilip Ghosh,  CRC Press.

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