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Research Tested Mobile Produce Market

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Effectiveness and Implementation of a Research Tested Mobile Produce Market

Investigators will test the effectiveness of the Veggie Van model across multiple organizations and sites using a cluster-randomized design and will document the implementation process to understand what factors are associated with dietary change and sustainability.

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Mobile Market program implementation

Mobile Market program implementation includes utilizing a Veggie Van model which sells reduced cost locally-grown produce in communities with barriers to accessing fresh F&Vs because of availability, cost, or lack of produce preparation skills.The Veggie Van visits sites that already serve the target market (e.g., lower-income housing communities, community health centers, community colleges). While Mobile Market programs vary in their model and operation, we believe that the three components of ...read more on ClinicalTrials.org

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Effectiveness and Implementation of a Research Tested Mobile Produce Market Designed to Improve Diet in Underserved Communities

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NCT04246593

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eERJKa