'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. (June 17, 2014 6:58 PM)

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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