Food Fit Philly

 

Let's Move Campaign!

First Lady Michelle Obama talks about the national campaign to promote healthy eating and physical activity.

Through the City of Philadelphia's Get Healthy Philly initiative, the Philadelphia Department of Public Health and its partners are working to make it easier for Philadelphians to eat healthy and be active.

Our challenge:

  • In Philadelphia, only one out of 10 children and adults gets five or more daily servings of fruits and vegetables.
  • People who live in low-income neighborhoods are have less access to grocery stores.  They eat more fast food and fewer fruits and vegetables.
  • Lack of access to affordable, healthy food is a proven risk factor for obesity and other poor health outcomes.

What we're doing:

Use the map below to find a healthy corner store or farmers' market near you.
 

View Larger Map
 

 
 

Spanish Resources

450 tiendas Healthy Corner Stores

Get Healthy Philly is a project of the Philadelphia Department of Public Health and is made possible, in part, by funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

This website is not intended as a substitute for your healthcare provider.    Terms of Use