The Food for Every Child reports call attention to the lack of supermarkets in low-income areas nationwide and the major health issues such as obesity, diabetes and heart failure that stem from these deficits. Each color-coded city or state report outlines food deserts with maps showing the inequities, presents case studies of successful solutions used elsewhere and offers recommendations for implementing healthy change. Photos of children in supermarkets throughout the report emphasize the importance of the issue to the lawmakers, local organizations and funders receiving the reports.

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