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Efforts to encourage Americans to improve their diets and to eat more nutritious foods presume that a wide variety of these foods are accessible to everyone. But for som [...]
English | 2012 | Report |
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USDA’s Economic Research Service previously identified more than 6,500 food desert tracts in the United States based on 2000 Census and 2006 data on locations of super [...]
English | 2012 | Report |
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We analyzed the factors yielding inconvenience and laboriousness involved in shopping for food, using the data obtained by a consciousness survey. Spatial conditions such [...]
2013-09 | Journal Article |
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Food deserts and their potential effects on diet and nutrition have received much attention from policymakers. While some research has found a correlation between food de [...]
2016-12 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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Food deserts and their potential effects on diet and nutrition have received much attention from policymakers. While some research has found correlations between food des [...]
2015 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Increasing obesity rates and associated poor diets are a major concern in the U.S. The USDA recommends that Americans increase fruit and vegetable intake. This study exam [...]
2015-01 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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The academic literature primarily focuses on the lack of access to affordable, healthy food in food deserts. However, the behavior of the fast food firms in terms of prom [...]
01 March 2014 | Journal Article |
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We examine the shopping behavior of Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Program participants located in food deserts in the Greater Los Angeles area relative to peers in G [...]
English | 2017 | Journal Article |
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This paper examines the effects of food deserts in the Greater Los Angeles area on the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program participants’ shopping behavior. Resear [...]
2016-05 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |

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