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Availability of Healthier Food Options in Fast Food Restaurants by Community Racial/Ethnic and Socioeconomic Composition in a National Sample

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posted on 07.01.2022, 22:56 authored by Sara W. Heinert, Zeynep Isgor, Lisa M. Powell
This research brief reports findings from a study that uses a nationwide dataset of fast-food restaurants from 2010-2012 to examine associations between the availability of healthier food options in both chain and non-chain fast-food restaurants and community racial/ethnic and socioeconomic composition.

Funding

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 64702

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 70157

Bridging the Gap Program at the University of Illinois Chicago

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Citation

Heinert SW, Isgor Z, Powell LM. Availability of Healthier Food Options in Fast Food Restaurants by Community Racial/Ethnic and Socioeconomic Composition in a National Sample. Research Brief No. 110. Illinois Prevention Research Center, University of Illinois Chicago; Chicago, IL. December 2018. https://p3rc.uic.edu. doi: 10.25417/uic.18041858

Publisher

Policy, Practice and Prevention Research Center

Language

en_US