Report: People buy most of their junk food at the supermarket

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/08/160809145248.htm

An analysis of a nationally representative sample of US adults reveals that access to healthy foods in a supermarket does not hinder Americans’ consumption of empty calories. In fact, the study found, US adults buy the bulk of their sugar-sweetened beverages and nutrient-poor discretionary foods at supermarkets and grocery stores. The new findings challenge the ‘food desert’ hypothesis.

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