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Healthy Food Retail

Healthy food retail is a statewide initiative led by the Creating Healthy Communities program to help make healthy foods affordable and accessible at corner and convenience stores in areas that do not have access to full service grocery stores. Good Food Here stores stock fresh fruits and vegetables and other healthy foods, such as whole grains, low-fat dairy, lean meats, and low-calorie or low-sodium snacks.            

 

Local health departments across Ohio are working with small retail stores to implement Good Food Here in nearly a dozen cities and counties. Check out the video below to see Good Food Here being implemented in Summit County!

 

 

Good Food Here toolkit good food here store owner guide

 

 

The Good Food Here Coordinator Guide provides step by step instructions for how to identify small food retailers to work with and provide technical assistance on selling healthier food items. The Good Food Here Store Owner Guide provides information on how small retail store owners can purchase, price and promote healthy food offerings.

 

 

Contact Information:
Sarah Ginnetti, RD, LD
sarah.ginnetti@odh.ohio.gov
614-728-6937

 

 

 

 

Last updated: 3/10/17