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Affluence buys a diet good for human health and bad for the planet

Two Black women shopping in a grocery store, bagging up some lettuce.

Vegetables are consumed more often by higher-income people in the United States than by those with fewer means. Credit: Granger Wootz/Getty

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Nature 597, 154 (2021)




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