Weak economy and "food deserts" are linked, nutritionists say

04/25/2011 | MSNBC

Some nutritionists and health experts, during a session of the Nebraska Senate on a healthy-foods bill, said the economy is a key factor in the increased number of "food deserts." Surging gas prices, business closures and tight budgets have forced some Nebraska families to opt for cheaper and less-healthy foods, says nutrition expert Wanda Koszewski.

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