Published on in Vol 5, No 2 (2016): Apr-Jun

The Good Food Junction: a Community-Based Food Store Intervention to Address Nutritional Health Inequities

The Good Food Junction: a Community-Based Food Store Intervention to Address Nutritional Health Inequities

The Good Food Junction: a Community-Based Food Store Intervention to Address Nutritional Health Inequities

Journals

  1. Woodruff R, Raskind I, Harris D, Gazmararian J, Kramer M, Haardörfer R, Kegler M. The dietary impact of introducing new retailers of fruits and vegetables into a community: results from a systematic review. Public Health Nutrition 2018;21(5):981 View
  2. Fong A, Lafaro K, Fong Y. ASO Author Reflections: Access to Healthcare Does Not Mean Access to Health: Food Deserts in the Land of Plenty. Annals of Surgical Oncology 2021;28(5):2508 View
  3. Engler-Stringer R, Fuller D, Abeykoon A, Olauson C, Muhajarine N. An Examination of Failed Grocery Store Interventions in Former Food Deserts. Health Education & Behavior 2019;46(5):749 View
  4. Engler-Stringer R, Schaefer J, Ridalls T, Muhajarine N. Lessons Learned From a Food Environment Intervention Study: Recruitment and Retention of Participants in Disadvantaged Urban Inner-City Neighborhoods. Health Education & Behavior 2018;45(4):473 View
  5. Bell A, Taylor D. A Vanishing Food Infrastructure: The Closure of Food Outlets in Flint in a Pandemic Era. American Behavioral Scientist 2024;68(4):550 View
  6. Robitaille É, Paquette M, Durette G, Bergeron A, Dubé M, Doyon M, Mercille G, Lemire M, Lo E. Implementing a Rural Natural Experiment: A Protocol for Evaluating the Impacts of Food Coops on Food Consumption, Resident’s Health and Community Vitality. Methods and Protocols 2022;5(2):33 View
  7. Roncarolo F, Mercille G, Riva M, Pérez E, Blanchet R, Carabali M, Sylvestre M, Potvin L. The Pathways study: a cohort study of new food-aid users in rural, semi urban, and urban areas of Quebec, Canada. BMC Public Health 2023;23(1) View