Feasibility of using a community-supported agriculture program to improve fruit and vegetable inventories and consumption in an underresourced urban community
OPEN Preventing chronic disease | 21 Aug 2013
SA Quandt, J Dupuis, C Fish and RB D'Agostino
Direct-to-consumer marketing efforts, such as community-supported agriculture (CSA), have been proposed as a solution for disparities in fruit and vegetable consumption. Evaluations of such efforts have been limited. The objective of this study was to test the feasibility of a CSA intervention to increase household inventory of fruits and vegetables and fruit and vegetable consumption of residents of an underresourced community.
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