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Studies discuss personal choices or cultural influences of food consumption, but they may not integrate these findings with the accessibility of food. These factors cannot be ignored when considering the health of populations. Understanding the intricate relationship between food choices and food accessibility is vital to the realm of urban public health. This paper attempts to investigate these relationships and relate the findings to the local sphere, in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Robison, Abigail C., "Latinos in America: A Consideration of Food Accessibility Factors with Implications for the Indianapolis Community" (2014). Undergraduate Honors Thesis Collection. 231.