I admit.  It has been easy to accept the existence of what are called food deserts in poor urban neighborhoods.  I remember lots of liquor stores and churches in the places I’m familiar with in Chicago and Detroit, but stores with fresh produce and milk, at prices us suburban dwellers expect?  nah.

The New York Times reports two studies on food in urban areas.   Maybe food deserts are really only a mirage.  Read about it here.

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