HCP publishes report on inclusive growth and informal food vending in Mexico City, Mexico
HCP publishes report on inclusive growth and informal food vending in Mexico City, Mexico. The report describes and analyzes the structure, organization, dynamics, and impacts of informal food systems under conditions of hyper-urbanization. The informal food economy in Mexico City comprises a network of informal markets, suppliers, transporters, mobile traders, hawkers, retailers, and street food vendors making food more accessible and affordable in low-income areas. The report demonstrates the diversity and complexity of the informal food sector.