Fruit and vegetable access differs by community racial composition and socioeconomic position in Detroit, Michigan.

@article{Zenk2006FruitAV,
  title={Fruit and vegetable access differs by community racial composition and socioeconomic position in Detroit, Michigan.},
  author={Shannon N. Zenk and Amy Jo Schulz and Barbara A. Israel and Sherman A. James and Shuming Bao and Mark L. Wilson},
  journal={Ethnicity & disease},
  year={2006},
  volume={16 1},
  pages={275-80}
}
OBJECTIVE To compare the availability, selection, quality, and price of fresh fruit and vegetables at food stores in four Detroit-area communities: 1) predominately African-American, low socioeconomic position (SEP); 2) racially heterogeneous, low SEP; 3) predominately African-American, middle SEP; and 4) racially heterogeneous, middle SEP. DESIGN Cross-sectional observational survey, conducted fall 2002. SETTING Detroit, Michigan SAMPLE Overall, 304 food stores located in the four… CONTINUE READING

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