Is Universal Access to Good, Healthy Food Really a Problem?

“A new survey from Share Our Strength’s Cooking Matters program challenges a piece of the conventional wisdom. The poll of 1,500 families revealed that most low-income families are satisfied with the availability of good food. Seventy-seven percent of urban families were satisfied with their options, versus 69 percent of rural families. The greater obstacles to healthy meals are planning skills, time and, yes, price.”

via Is Universal Access to Good, Healthy Food Really a Problem? – Jane Black – Health – The Atlantic.

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