Study: Quality matters in food deserts

03/20/2012 | National Public Radio

A study in Public Health Nutrition found that building supermarkets in underserved areas is not enough if products do "not meet the expectations of those people who are supposed to buy them," said lead author Jonathan Blitstein. The study looked at six low-income neighborhoods in Chicago and found that people ate more fruits and vegetables when they gave a higher rating to places at which they shopped.

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