Providing Fresh Produce in Small Food Stores: A Guide

Providing Fresh Produce in Small Food Stores: A Guide

ChangeLab Solutions guide to providing produce in small food stores (such as corner stores and bodegas) offers suggestions for overcoming challenges in sourcing and marketing fresh produce at affordable prices to traditionally under-resourced communities. The guide explores the produce distribution system, challenges to providing fresh, healthful food — from price, to quality, to cultural barriers, to merchandising —, and potential solutions to these same challenges.

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