Brookings Institution, in collaboration with TRF, has just released a new in-depth analysis on access to supermarkets in 10 large U.S. metropolitan areas: Atlanta, GA; Baltimore, MD; Cleveland, OH; Jackson, MS; Las Vegas, NV; Little Rock, AR; Los Angeles, CA; Louisville, KY; Phoenix, AZ; and San Francisco-Oakland, CA. The analysis finds that nearly 2 million residents of low- and moderate-income communities in these metro areas lack access to a local supermarket.
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The analysis and its results are discussed on a video, “Getting
to Market” and are available on an interactive map
powered by TRF’s PolicyMap platform. The analysis complements TRF’s broader work on food access, which estimates low access supermarket areas across the nation and can be found at www.trfund.com.