The Corner Grocer and the Battle to Beat Obesity

The medical costs of obesity are rising rapidly in the United States and are estimated to be one hundred forty‑seven billion dollars per year ... Low‑income areas have more than twice as many convenience stores and four times as many small grocery stores as high‑income areas. Proximity to convenience stores within a neighborhood is associated with higher rates of obesity and diabetes. How is North Carolina harnessing their network of corner stores? Is this a blue print for Canada?  Read more here.




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