Assessment of a Government-Subsidized Supermarket in a High-Need Area on Household Food Availability and Children's Dietary Intakes
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Elbel et al., Public Health Nutr, Oct 2015; DOI: 10.1017/S1368980015000282.
Respondents who shopped at a new government subsidized supermarket in South Bronx ate at home more and children drank fewer sugar sweetened beverage. However, a year after the store opened, no improvements were observed in household food availability, fruit and vegetable consumption, or children's dietary intake.