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The inaugural Milan Pact Awards recognized eight cities on five continents for efforts to address inequity with access to nourishing food.
After a long time chasing a wealthy clientele, South Africa’s supermarkets now view poor urban areas as key to expansion, Bloomberg reports.
Samina Raja argues in The Conversation that U. S. cities could use more dedicated attention to food and nutrition.
The Mobile Good Food Market brings fresh produce into low-income neighborhoods, The Pop-Up City reports.
The Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust works with low-income communities to transform underused parcels into community gardens and recreation zones, according to Seedstock.
A National League of Cities research brief highlights ways to work with convenience stores to improve offerings of healthy foods.