Availability of Healthier Food Options in Fast Food Restaurants by Community Racial/Ethnic and Socioeconomic Composition in a National Sample
reportposted on 2022-01-07, 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.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 64702
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 70157
Bridging the Gap Program at the University of Illinois Chicago
CitationHeinert 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
PublisherPolicy, Practice and Prevention Research Center