Truly healthier ‘hoods?

Several of Philadelphia’s nutrition initiatives, including its Healthy Corner Stores Initiative, are profiled in this article. Currently 630 stores are participating in the program by adding at least four new healthy items to their shelves. One of Philadelphia’s healthy corner stores is profiled. The store owner interviewed reports that so far the healthy food has sold well: “People are very happy…More children are choosing grapes and watermelon and stuff.”

Read the whole article at Northeast Times Star.

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