LAREDO, TX (KGNS) - Do you know a part of town where you'd be hard-pressed to find some fresh fruits or vegetables?
Those areas are being called food deserts, and researchers have mapped out the trends in other cities. The trend is mostly low access in poor neighborhoods where people are less likely to drive and rely more heavily on convenience stores.
Tonight on KGNS News at Ten, reporter Christian von Preysing talks to one TAMIU student who's figuring out the trends in Laredo.
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