Buchtel College of Arts and Sciences
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Bachelor of Business Administration
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Despite the benefits of diets containing fresh fruits and vegetables such as a lower risk of heart disease, very few Americans, especially low-income individuals, consume enough to meet the recommended amounts. For our Honor’s Project our team focused on the Ohio based SNAP-EBT food share program Produce Perks. To do so we studied two sets of data to our answer our research questions; ‘Has COVID-19 further impacted low-income individuals’ fruit and vegetable consumption’, How is the Produce Perks program impacted low-income consumers’, and “How can this program be better marketed to include more low-income individuals. Through our research we were able to quantity how well the program has impacted users lives as well as develop a marketing plan for local farmers markets to increase program awareness.
Honors Faculty Advisor
Swindall, Taylor and Muntin, Anna, "COVID-19 Impact on Produce Perks" (2021). Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects. 1467.
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