Eating Healthy Gets Tougher in a Poor Neighborhood

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Stockton is just a short drive from some of California's richest farmland. Yet in economically distressed southeast Stockton, it's difficult to find fresh fruits and vegetables. Markets mainly sell high-salt, high-sugar foods and alcohol. NPR's Patricia Neighmond reports.

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