In poor health: Supermarket redlining and urban nutrition

@article{Eisenhauer2001InPH,
  title={In poor health: Supermarket redlining and urban nutrition},
  author={E. Eisenhauer},
  journal={GeoJournal},
  year={2001},
  volume={53},
  pages={125-133}
}
Over the past 100 years, ethnic minorities and the poor have become increasingly concentrated and isolated in low-income urban neighborhoods. While the demographic changes in cities are well documented, the parallel history of urban retailing is less well known. Little research has been done on changes in urban food retailing, particularly as they concern the urban poor. As the residential character of urban neighborhoods changed during the 20th century, so did the amenities available in those… Expand
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