This policy report looks at the evidence linking the proximity and density of fast food restaurants and greater fast food consumption. It argues for regulating density as part of a strategy to combat the obesity crisis in South Los Angeles and recommends changes the City and County can make to limit the density of fast food restaurants while encouraging the development of new healthy restaurants of all types.
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