A study of the availability and price of fruits and vegetables in lower and higher-income Salt Lake City neighborhoods
Research shows that people living in low-income neighborhoods have a harder time accessing healthy foods - and pay more for them when they do. In this project, ten Environmental and Sustainability Studies Program students at the University of Utah set out to see if the finding holds true for Salt Lake City residents. Project findings are summarized in the series of infographics displayed on this page.
This project was conducted in collaboration with Adrienne Cachelin (on the left), from the University's Environmental and Sustainability Studies program.