Unjust Deserts 

Finding quality fresh food is a daunting task for thousands of Memphians.

In January, a study conducted by the Food Research and Action Center gave Memphis the unenviable distinction of "hunger capital of the United States." Since then, a swell of interest and concern over urban "food deserts" — places where there are few…

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