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'Shop Healthy NYC' comes to Brooklyn bodegas in hopes of reversing obesity epidemic

The Department of Health connects local stores with

The Department of Health connects local stores with a healthier food supply.

Some healthier snack and food choices could be popping up at Brooklyn's corner bodegas in the near future.

The city says it's hoping to reverse the rise of obesity with a new program that helps people access healthier choices in a sea of junk food. With "Shop Healthy NYC," the Department of Health connects local stores with a healthier food supply, such as fresh produce and low sodium canned...

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