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Beaulac, Julie, Elizabeth Kristjansson, and Steven Cummins. 2009. "A Systematic Review of Food Deserts, 1966-2007." Preventing Chronic Disease: Public Health Research, Practice, and Policy 6(3):A105. [PDF

Block, Daniel and Joanne Kouba. 2005. "A comparison of the availability and affordability of a market basket in two communities in the Chicago area." Public Health Nutrition 9:837-849.

Boone-Heinonen, Janne, et al. 2011. "Fast food restaurants and food stores: longitudinal associations with diet in young to middle-aged adults: the CARDIA study". Archives of Internal Medicine 171(13): 1162-1170.

Cummings, S. and S. Macintyre. 2002. "'Food deserts’—evidence and assumption in health policy making." British Medical Journal 325:436-438. 

Cummins, Steven, and Sally Macintyre. 2002. “Food deserts”—evidence and assumption in health policy making." BMJ 325(7361): 436-438. [PDF]

Drewnowski, A., A. Aggarwal, P.M. Hurvitz, P. Monsivais, and A.V. Moudon. 2012. "Obesity and Supermarket Access: Proximity or Price?" American Journal Of Public Health 102(8):e74-e80. 

Gilligan, Heather T. 2014. “Food Deserts Aren’t the Problem”. Slate 10 February. 

Hendrickson, Deja, Chery Smith, and Nicole Eikenberry. 2006. "Fruit and vegetable access in four low-income food desert communities in Minnesota." Agriculture and Human Values 23:371-383. [PDF]

Larson, Kristian and Jason Gillihand. 2012. "Mapping the evolution of 'food deserts' in a Canadian city: Supermarket accessibility in London, Ontario, 1961–2005." International Journal of Health Geographics 7(16):1-16. 

McKinnon, Robin A., Jill Reedy, Meredith A. Morrissette, and Amy L. Yaroch. 2009. "Measures of the Food Environment: A Compilation of the Literature, 1990–2007." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 36(4S):S124-S133. [PDF]

Pearson, T., J. Russell, M.J. Campbell, and M.E. Barker. 2005. "Do 'food deserts' influence fruit and vegetable consumption? A cross-sectional study." Appetite 45:195-197. [PDF]

Reisig, V.M. and A. Hobbiss. 2000. "Food deserts and how to tackle them: a study of one city’s approach." Health Education Journal 59:137-149. 

Shannon, Jerry. 2013. "Food deserts: Governing obesity in the neoliberal city." Progress in Human Geography 29 April. [abstract]

Treuhaft, Sarah and Allison Karpyn. 2010. The Grocery gap: Who has access to healthy food and why it matters. The Food Trust, Philadelphia and PolicyLink, Oakland. [PDF]

Ver Ploeg, Michele. 2009. Access to Affordable and Nutritious Food: Measuring and Understanding Food Deserts and Their Consequences. United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. [PDF]

Whelan, Amanda, Neil Wrigley, Daniel Warm and Elizabeth Cannings. 2002. "Life in a 'Food Desert'." Urban Studies 39(11):2083-2100.

Zenk, Shannon N., Angela M. Odoms-Young, Constance Dallas, Elaine Hardy, April Watkins, Jacqueline Hoskins-Wroten, and Loys Holland. 2011. "You Have to Hunt for the Fruits, the Vegetables: Environmental Barriers and Adaptive Strategies to Acquire Food in a Low-Income African American Neighborhood." Health Education & Behavior 38(3):282-292.

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