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Is a Produce Aisle Enough To Refresh A Food Desert?

Is a Produce Aisle Enough To Refresh A Food Desert?

Increasing supply of fresh food has little impact on traditional "food deserts" if demand for fresh food does not increase. Thus, educational and advertising campaigns aimed at increasing demand for fresh produce are a vital aspect of efforts to transition corner stores into providing fresher, healthier food options.

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