Detroit Food Map

The Detroit Food Map Initiative has been the only entity consistently conducting survey assessments of Detroit’s neighborhood grocery landscape for availability, price, and quality of healthful foods. Data collected has been utilized by several Detroit organizations and agencies to influence policy. The completion of a third data collection (2017) in over 300 stores in the city and suburbs will allow for a robust analysis of trends in Detroit grocery and food markets as well as indicate food access improvements or gaps.

detroitfoodmap.com

Date


2011 – Present

Client


Self-initiated

Grants


2017 Green Grocer Project (DEGC), Grocery Store and Consumer Surveys

2015 National Science Foundation (NSF), Promoting a Healthier Urban Community: Prioritization of Risk Factors for the Prevention and Treatment of Pediatric Obesity

2015 Social Sciences Annual Institute (SSAI) and MCubed Diamond (U of M), A ‘big data’ approach to understanding neighborhood effects in chronic illness disparities

2014 Green Grocer Project (DEGC), Food Purchasing, Pathways, and Perceptions in Detroit

Conferences


2019 Society for Behavioral Medicine (SBM) Annual Meeting

2018 American Public Health Association (APHA) 146th Annual Meeting

2018 Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) Annual Conference

2018 Society for Behavioral Medicine (SBM) Annual Meeting

2015 American Public Health Association (APHA) 143rd Annual Meeting

2014 American Public Health Association (APHA) 142nd Annual Meeting

2014 American Anthropological Association (AAA) Annual Meeting

Media


Article Anthropology News, July 2016

Article Planetizen, January 2016

Article Model D Media, November 2015

Article Model D Media, March 2015

Publications


Articles

2018 FoodAntro, “Race, Food, and Rebellion: Detroit’s History and Conflicts over Food Access”

2015 Progressive Planning: State of Planning in Detroit, “Urban Agriculture in Detroit: It’s not a ‘Food Desert,’ it’s about Food Sovereignty”

2014 Detroit News, “Food desert a myth, but food security issues aren’t”

Academic

2018 Public Health Nutrition, Using social media to assess the consumer nutrition environment: comparing Yelp reviews with a direct observation audit instrument for grocery stores

2018 Public Health Nutrition, Flint Food Store Survey: combining spatial analysis with a modified Nutrition Environment Measures Survey in Stores (NEMS-S) to measure the community and consumer nutrition environments

2017 Food and Foodways, Critical Inquiry into Detroit’s Food Desert Metaphor

2017 Journal of Urban Health, Using Social Media to Identify Sources of Healthy Food in Urban Neighborhoods

Books

2018 Neighborhoods and Health

Reports

2017 Detroit Food Metrics Report

 

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