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WIT Transactions on State-of-the-art in Science and Engineering
Even if healthy food is back on the agenda of a growing number of cities, for far too many people, and especially for those living in low-income neighbourhoods, the access to healthy options is simply out of reach. Many of these communities are oversaturated with fast-food chains and other sources of inexpensive and processed food, facing the highest risks of obesity, diabetes, and other preventable health challenges. Unsustainable urban development, market failures and urban planning havedoi:10.2495/sdp-v12-n4-744-751/040 fatcat:6swt6ylvxvbklocsdspbxjgody