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Accès physique et fréquentation des commerces alimentaires dans le Grand Montpellier

Abstract : ● More than 75% of households have physical access to a range of different food outlets in their activity spaces, including areas around the home, work and other places of activity, as well as on the commute between these locations. In contrast, only 65% of households have access to a market. ● Proximity is not the sole factor influencing food outlet shopping patterns. Households do not frequent all available outlets in their vicinity, mainly because of the prices, products offered and opening hours. ● Most food shopping is done in supermarkets, but this trend is far from being exclusive. Nearly 50% of households spend at least 30% of their food budget in other types of shops.
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Daisy Recchia, Caroline Méjean, Marlène Perignon, Pascaline Rollet, Nicolas Bricas, et al.. Accès physique et fréquentation des commerces alimentaires dans le Grand Montpellier. [Autre] So What? 15, Chaire Unesco Alimentation du monde. 2021, 4 p. ⟨hal-03229667⟩



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