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The title of this post proved itself to be true for us in Duluth, when local organizations got together to address the growing need for healthy food in our low-income […]
While eliminating food deserts often involves resources from outside of the community, a neighborhood must maintain control of its assets and identity.
Factoring in costs that tend to be lower in urban high-poverty neighborhoods, but not costs that tend to be higher there makes the H+T Index unsuitable as a tool for locating low-income housing.
Everyone’s a little tense about groceries lately — eggs up to an average of $2.18 a dozen from $1.45 in 2006, whole milk around $3.87 a gallon, up from $3.20 […]
Finding fresh produce in low-income neighborhoods can be a struggle, but community efforts are striving to fill the void.