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Retail Program Merchandising Materials

Qualifying retail establishments in California can sign up to be a Retail Program Partner through the Local Health Department in their county to receive free copies of Retail Program materials. To purchase materials, please go to www.ChampionsForChangeMaterials.net. For more information, please contact NEOPB at (916) 449-5400.

Merchandising Menu (PDF)Opens a new browser window  
Catalog of signage options available for in-store displays.

 

Produce Quick Tips (Eng, PDF, 3.71MB) | (Spa, PDF, 2.69MB) 
These two-sided cards highlight a variety of popular fruits and vegetables and give shoppers tips on purchasing, seasonality, nutrients, preparation, and storage.

  • Gold Award – National Public Health Information Coalition; 2008
  • Gold Award – National Public Health Information Coalition; 2011 - for Produce Quick Tips and Recipe Cards Combo


Healthy Drinks and Snacks Retail Signs New
Thanks to the County of Sonoma Department of Health Services for their work in creating these retail signs and for sharing them with everyone. These signs have been approved for NEOPB SNAP-Ed use. The signs are in three sizes, in both English and Spanish. These PDFs are print-ready; printed copies are not available at this time.

4x6 retail sign set (PDF, Eng, 1.48MB) | (PDF, Spa, 1.58MB)Opens a new browser window

7x5 retail sign set (PDF, Eng, 3.28MB) | (PDF, Spa, 3.49MB)Opens a new browser window

8x11 retail sign set (PDF, Eng, 5.46MB) | (PDF, Spa, 5.51MB)Opens a new browser window

 

In-Store Radio

These 60- or 90-second in-store radio spots remind customers to pick up plenty of fresh, tasty fruits and vegetables for their families as they shop.

30-second English (MPEG Audio Player 3)Opens a new browser window.

60-second English (MPEG Audio Player 3)Opens a new browser window.

30-second Spanish (MPEG Audio Player 3)Opens a new browser window.

60-second Spanish (MPEG Audio Player 3)Opens a new browser window.

 

Harvest of the Month

This award-winning nutrition education program has reached almost 1.5 million students (prekindergarten through grade 12) and 1.4 million adults annually since 2004. Integrate in-store marketing with Harvest of the Month nutrition education to make customers aware of seasonal produce items. Go to the Harvest of the Month website for updates on resources and to download monthly newsletters that can be distributed in stores and shopping bags.

  • Gold Award – National Public Health Information Coalition; 2013 - Harvest of the Month Community Newsletters
     
 
 
Last modified on: 9/30/2014 10:29 AM