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How can human centered design encourage healthier food choices in “food deserts,” or areas where access to healthy, affordable food is limited?

A group of graphic design, architecture, international relations and industrial design students from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and Brown University are attempting to come up with solutions to this problem through their work with Design for America (DFA). The result are some pretty interesting product designs.
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I just stumbled upon your Web site and noticed this story. This is an interesting idea, from the point of view of Human Factors and a general food lover. I look forward to the future updates on this project. Cheers!
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