food deserts

A disturbing number of U.S. teens are trading sex and engaging in other risky behaviors for food.
You get a paradigm-shifting community festival called Da FUNction. The film will be screened in the park behind the Vermont
1) No access because it is the absence of something. Some resources simply are not there. For example "food deserts" are
Most residents in Camden rely on one of the over 25 corner stores for their primary source of groceries for their families.
Affordable healthy food is an issue of both equity and justice that disproportionally affects working-class and poor people of color in cities and rural areas. Reducing the economic necessity for some to rely so heavily on food that is unhealthy is not only a tool for fighting health concerns. There are other benefits too.
Flint is home to only a few grocery stores and a high obesity rate. Fixing these problems won't be easy.
An AP investigation found that major grocers overwhelmingly avoid building stores in America's food deserts.
A mobile grocery store in New Mexico is no more. What's sprung up in its place could be even better.
From ending “food deserts" in low-income areas to the debate about what is considered proper nutrition, hit rewind and join us as we look back at conversations about healthy eating.
While food is by no means at the center of the Black Lives Matter movement, it could emerge as an important corollary issue in the months and years to come.