Enhancing Food Security in the Northeast (EFSNE) project supply chain case studies

EFSNE researchers at Cornell University have analyzed where Northeast supermarkets source the foods they sell to their low-income customers. These case studies offer policymakers a better understanding of how regional food systems could bring healthier food to low-income people in the Northeast, and are the first of their kind to be conducted in the region.

 

BALTIMORE STORE 1, MARYLAND

BALTIMORE STORE 2, MARYLAND

CHARLESTON STORE, WEST VIRGINIA

KENT COUNTY STORE 1, DELAWARE

KENT COUNTY STORE 2, DELAWARE

MADISON COUNTY STORE, NEW YORK

NEW YORK CITY STORE, NEW YORK

ONONDAGA STORE, NEW YORK

PITTSBURGH STORE, PENNSYLVANIA

SYRACUSE STORE 1, NEW YORK

SYRACUSE STORE 2, NEW YORK

A CROSS CASE COMPARISON OF 11 CASE STUDIES

The files can be accessed via the EFSNE website: https://agsci.psu.edu/research/food-security/research-publications/supply-chain-case-studies

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