Analytical Approaches to Assess Access to Fresh, Healthy Food

Type: Paper
Theme:
Sponsor Groups: Geographies of Food and Agriculture Specialty Group
Organizers: Daniel Knudsen
Chairs: Daniel Knudsen

Call for Submissions

Session Description: While accessibility is not the answer to so-called “food deserts” it is nevertheless a necessary if not sufficient condition to their remediation. In this session, we consider alternatives to the standard store buffering approach. We currently have 3 papers for this session in hand and seek 1-2 more papers.


Description

While accessibility is not the answer to so-called “food deserts” it is nevertheless a necessary if not sufficient condition to their remediation. In this session, we consider alternatives to the standard store buffering approach.


Agenda

Type Details Minutes
Presenter Christopher Bauters, Indiana University, Hannah Davis, Indiana University, Angela Babb, Indiana University, Daniel Knudsen*, Indiana University, Comparing Two Analytical Approaches to Assess Access to Fresh, Healthy Food: A Case of Indianapolis 15
Presenter Unai Miguel Andres*, The Polis Center at IUPUI, Matt Ian Nowlin, The Polis Center at IUPUI, Using Local Data and a Parcel-Based Approach to Measure Food Access 15
Presenter Shellye Suttles*, Indiana University, Unai Miguel Andres, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), Daniel E Knudsen, Indiana University, The Commuter Environment: A New Measure of Food Access 15
Presenter Christophe Soulard*, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Simon Vonthron, INRA, Are there food deserts in France? Insights from a relational approach of the urban foodscape in Montpellier 15

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