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Volume 8: No. 6, November 2011

ORIGINAL RESEARCH
Store Type and Demographic Influence on the Availability and Price of Healthful Foods, Leon County, Florida, 2008

Fruit Supermarket
 
Grocery Store
 
Convenience Store
 
Mean, %
Apples 100 100 50
Bananas 100 86 48
Cantaloupe 91 0 0
Grapes 86 0 0
Honeydew 96 0 0
Oranges 100 57 32
Peaches 77 0 0
Pears 100 14 0
Strawberries 91 29 0
Watermelon 96 0 0

Vegetable Supermarket
 
Grocery Store
 
Convenience Store
 
Mean, %
Broccoli 100 29 0
Cabbage 100 86 0
Carrots 100 43 0
Cauliflower 96 14 0
Celery 100 43 0
Corn 96 29 0
Cucumbers 100 29 0
Lettuce 96 29 0
Sweet peppers 100 86 0
Tomatoes 100 86 0

Figure. Availability of fruits and vegetables by store type, Leon County, Florida, 2008.

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