Our very own Mark Winston Griffith was on NPR with Brian Lehrer discussing the recent study questioning the link between food deserts and obesity featured in the New York Times on Tuesday. According to the study, “Such neighborhoods not only have more fast food restaurants and convenience stores than more affluent ones, but more grocery stores, supermarkets and full-service restaurants, too. And there is no relationship between the type of food being sold in a neighborhood and obesity among its children and adolescents.” Mark Winston Griffith responds to this study and more as it relates to Central Brooklyn. Missed it? Listen HERE!
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