How can we make healthy food more affordable for the lowest-income households?
Food prices go up and down, but many healthy foods like fruits and vegetables, nuts, dairy products and fish are consistently more expensive Image: REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
Anna HerforthCo-Director of the Food Prices for Nutrition project, Tufts University
William A. MastersProfessor of Food Economics and Policy, Tufts University
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