Food access is a systemic issue with racial, cultural and socioeconomic roots, so let’s not assume that a grocery store will solve the problem.
“You deserve to be able to walk down the street and get something healthy and not have to search for it.”
Black teens saw more than twice as many television ads for fast food, candy, sugary drinks and unhealthy snacks compared with white teens in 2017, according to a new study.
The Brownsville Community Culinary Center helps locals become chefs, while providing Brownsville, NY with its first sit-down restaurant in decades.
The Baltimore store is being touted as the first of its kind, with a mission that it hopes will spread.
“We have a lot of people in need, and sometimes that is kind of hidden away."
Raphael Wright is taking matters into his own hands.
“Dr. Hyman, I’m going to my in-laws for the holidays, and they live in a food desert,” a reader recently wrote. “Seriously
Taj Anwar, a Georgia mother of four, is fighting hunger with her own farmer's market and food delivery service.
A once-bare plot of land is now helping feed the neighborhood.