Maps: A grocery trade imbalance and diet-related deaths in Atlanta - Features - Atlanta Magazine
 
 
 

Maps: A grocery trade imbalance and diet-related deaths in Atlanta

A grocery trade imbalance 
The Food Trust showed supermarket spending disproportionately occurs in northeast Atlanta; the darker areas are where sales are highest. An estimated $300 million is spent by people who must-travel out of their neighborhoods to buy groceries.

 

A poor diet can be deadly 
Food Trust analysis of diet-related deaths and income: red indicates high diet-related death rates in low-income areas; yellow indicates high diet-related death rates in high-income areas; blue and green areas indicate lower death rates for low- and high-income Atlantans, respectively.

Read the main feature: "Stranded in Atlanta's Food Deserts"

This article originally appeared in our March 2014 issue.

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