Getting more healthy food to more people

Getting more healthy food to more people

Getting organic food to underserved communities isn't as easy as putting Wild Oats in Walmart. What are activists doing to shrink the "food deserts."

There’s no question about it. In many areas of the country, healthy food is getting easier to find. Everyone from 7-Eleven to Walmart now carries organic, helping to drive the price down and convenience factor up. Meanwhile, fresh, natural, local and non-GMO offerings are becoming ubiquitous, as major manufacturers respond to consumer demand for cleaner food, and natural chains once confined to affluent suburbs extend their socioeconomi

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