A Holistic Approach to Healthy Food Financing
Healthy food financing isn’t just about health. There is no doubt that improving access to fresh, nutritious foods in low-income communities can help people improve eating habits and prevent diet-related diseases, such as obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease. But the impacts for people and communities are even greater than that. Learn more about those impacts in this Op-Ed by Capital Impact’s Chief Lending Officer, Scott Sporte.