Cleveland Corner Store Project - Large Poster

The Cleveland Corner Store Project was a successful program aimed at increasing the availability of fresh fruits and vegetables in small convenience stores in underserved Cleveland neighborhoods as a way of addressing food insecurity.  The research was conducted through the Center for Health Promotion Research and was led by founder and former co-convener of the Coalition, Matt Russell.  This large poster describes the findings of the research on "Improving Urban Food Environments through Community-Based Public Health Interventions."  See also the FAQ and final report.

Working Group(s): 
Health & Nutrition