Deena Shanker

Deena Shanker is a reporter at Quartz.

It's Easy—But Wrong—to Blame Supermarkets for Food Deserts

Lack of access to grocery stores is just part of why low-income Americans tend to have less healthy diets.

A U.S. Chain Restaurant Is Scrapping Tipping

Following in the footsteps of some high-end eateries.

The Financial Headache of Hangovers

Morning-after malaise costs the U.S. tens of billions of dollars each year.

Here's How Much Water It Takes to Make California's Craft Beer

The most water-intensive part of the beer making process is in the agriculture.