The ability to acquire healthy food (foodability) is a composite concept, which depends on several factors. First, it is related to the level of affordability, defined as the access to food in relation to prices and the purchasing power. Then, it is worth considering the physical accessi-bility in terms of proximity to groceries. It must be measured also the availability of fresh and healthy food, and the availability of goods that satisfy the preferences of specific groups of people. Finally, there are the knowledge and skills for processing food properly. The analysis of these aspects is a field of growing interest. The aim of this paper is to define a methodology for the affordability and to apply it in the city of Milan.
Keywords: Housing, right to the city, private space, public space, common space, situational space