In three Nashville neighborhoods putting decent food on the table is a constant struggle. The areas, known as “food deserts,” are filled with junk food and not much else. Predictably, residents who live in these neighborhoods are suffering from poor health. But, there’s a new effort to fight food deserts, as WPLN’s Anne Marshall reports.
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