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Proposed Changes to SNAP-Authorized Retailer Requirements and the Availability of Staple Foods in Small Stores Located in Low-Income Chicago Communities

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posted on 03.11.2021, 21:38 by Lisa PowellLisa Powell, Chelsea R. Singleton, Yu Li, Ana Clara Duran, Shannon N. Zenk
This research brief presents information on the extent to which small food stores in three low-income, predominantly African-American communities in Chicago, IL, met the 2016 proposed changes to the USDA SNAP-authorized retailer stocking requirements for staple foods.

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research Centers 5 U48DP005010

Nutrition & Obesity Policy Research & Evaluation Network SIP 14-027

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Powell LM, Singleton CR, Li Y, Duran AC, Zenk SN. Propsed Changes to SNAP-Authorized Retailer Requirements and the Availability of Staple Foods in Small Stores Located in Low-Income Chicago Communites. Research Brief No. 102. Illinois Prevention Research Center, University of Illinois at Chicago; Chicago, IL. April 2018. doi: 10.25417/uic.16919080

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Policy, Practice, and Prevention Research Center

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en_US