Sue Booth has worked in community nutrition, public health, health promotion, research and academic settings for over twenty years in Australia and Canada. Her teaching and research interests include food policy, the sociology of food, qualitative research methods and food poverty. She has written and co-authored a range of materials including nutrition education materials, policy papers, book chapters, articles, reports and peer-reviewed papers. John Coveney has worked in clinical nutrition, and community and public health in Papua New Guinea, Australia and UK. John has academic interests that span nutrition, public health, social sciences, and the humanities. His teaching and research includes public health nutrition, food policy and health promotion. He has written and co-authored over 120 publications, including books, book chapters, articles and peer-reviewed papers.