This study targets the effect of food trucks for low-income households
The project describes the food environment and surrounding infrastructure of a rural community in the northeastern part of the Dominican Repbulic where the population are net buyers of food and models the influence of that environment on fruit and vegetable consumption using geographic information systems (GIS). Thirty female household representatives participated in individual interviews, which lasted approximately 45 min and were conducted in Spanish. The predictive surface was able to accurately predict the fruit and vegetable consumption of 11 (47%) participant households along the main road. The percent difference between household consumption and the predictive surface for six (26%) participant households on the main road was 100 or less.
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