Inner-city food deserts lack affordable healthy food

Some 50 million Americans are "food insecure" and they tend to live in food deserts, inner-city areas without access to affordable, healthy foods, says Miguel Lausell, chairman of the National Puerto Rican Coalition. He said even when grocers do open stores in these neighborhoods, they tend to offer lower-quality foods and have high markups on basic staples.

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