Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior Current Landscape of Produce Prescription Programs in the US (peer-reviewed)

Twenty-three programs completed surveys; 20 completed interviews. Program locations included the mid-Atlantic (26%), Northeast (9%), Midwest (30%), Southwest (17%), and Western regions (17%). Although program models varied, programs generally included a health care visit, usually at a safety-net clinic, and nutrition education, typically counseling, advice, or classes. Prescriptions tended to be farmers market vouchers worth a median of $15 a week (interquartile range, $7.81–$20.00). Transportation was a problem for nearly half of the programs.

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