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Lessons Learned from Small Store Programs to Increase Healthy Food Access

This paper presents the experiences and lessons learned from small food store interventions in four U.S. cities – Baltimore, Md.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Burlington, N.C.; and Philadelphia, Pa. Experiences from these four communities indicate that small store interventions face a variety of challenges that impact feasibility, acceptability, and long-term success. Particularly challenging issues included: understanding and More

Date: March 2014

Resource Type: Journal Article

Focus Areas: Food Access Food Marketing Food Retail

Poverty, Food Insecurity, and Obesity: A Conceptual Framework for Research, Practice, and Policy

Recent trends in food insecurity in the United States parallel population increases in obesity. Historically, food insecurity and obesity have been viewed as distinct public health issues. However, since the mid-1990s, there has been growing interest in understanding the seemingly paradoxical relationship between these two issues. In this paper, the authors summarize findings from research More

Date: December 2010

Resource Type: Journal Article

Focus Areas: Food Access Healthy Communities