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Definition of Corner Stores

Definition of Corner Stores

Corner stores are small convenience stores that proliferate urban neighborhoods — many of which lack major supermarkets — and usually stock a wide range of packaged nonperishable food, snacks, and drinks. In recent years many food justice organizations have tried to bring healthier food into convenience stores in order to make fresh produce more readily accessible to urban neighborhoods traditionally considered food swamps.

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