Network for a Healthy California--Retail Program
The The Network for a Healthy California - Retail Program facilitates partnerships between neighborhood stores and community health agencies to help increase the consumption and purchase of fruits and vegetables among CalFresh eligible Californians. The Retail Program provides retailers statewide with a unique variety of tools, resources, and outreach activities to inspire healthy change among consumers. The Retail Program also provides retailers opportunities to increase fruit and vegetable sales, therefore improving the bottom line.
Retail Program Video Overview
Local Health Departments
Click here to access Network Retail Program trainings, information, and resources like The Retail Program Guidelines Manual, Store Tour Training Kit, and more!
Retailers & Vendors
Click here to learn more about the Network Retail Program and how Network partnership can benefit your business!
Network for a Healthy California – Retail Program Fact Sheet (PDF)
This fact sheet provides an overview of the various components of Retail Program partnerships.
Network for a Healthy California - Retail Program: Building Upon and Contributing to the Evidence (PDF)
A look at how Retail Program strategies and interventions can contribute to chronic disease and obesity prevention.
Retail Program Frequently Asked Questions
Funding for the Retail Program is provided by the USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. The program is led by the California Department of Public Health and administered by the Public Health Institute.