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Too many Black Americans live in food deserts

In majority-Black communities, the prevalence of convenience stores means limited access to fresh, healthy food options. One out of every five Black households is situated in a food desert, with few grocery stores, restaurants, and farmers markets.

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To read the article, see “A $300 billion opportunity: Serving the emerging Black American consumer,” August 6, 2021.