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The Lewis Center at UCLA hosts an afternoon discussion on food insecurity and strategies for making healthier food options available in less-than-affluent neighborhoods.

Neelam Sharma and Peter Capone-Newton, of the Geffen School of Medicine, will discuss how food insecurity plays out in the daily reality of Los Angeles families.

From the website:

In Los Angeles County the availability of healthy food varies by neighborhood, with economically disadvantaged and racial/ethnic minority neighborhoods having little to no access to grocery stores with fresh fruits and vegetables. Instead, discount and convenience food stores abound.

Check the Lewis Center's website for more information.

RSVP here.

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