Access to healthy food is a problem for NW Ind., some Chicago suburbs

Many neighborhoods in northwestern Indiana and in Chicago's south suburbs are food deserts, where there are more convenience stores and fast-food restaurants than grocers selling fresh produce and healthier products. Gary, Ind., reportedly has the highest number of people living in food deserts in northwestern Indiana, but added bus routes have helped to improve access to groceries.

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