Convenience stores may lack healthy, affordable food and drink options. Many people are looking for healthy options when they’re on the go. When residents can easily access healthy foods, they are more likely to choose healthy options.
The Mass in Motion Healthy Market Program works with local convenience store owners to make healthy, affordable food and drink options available to customers. By offering and promoting healthy options, the Healthy Market Program makes it easier for residents in these neighborhoods to eat better.
Scroll down the page to find a list of participating markets in Mass in Motion communities.
Healthy Markets offer:
- Fruits and Veggies
- at least two types of fresh fruits and two types of fresh vegetables (preferably locally grown)
- dried or canned fruit (packed in it own juice, no sugar added)
- canned vegetables with no salt added
- frozen fruits and frozen vegetables (with no added sugars or sauces)
- Cereals and Grains
- whole grain cereals
- whole grain bread and whole wheat pasta
- brown rice
- dried or canned-low sodium beans
- 100% juice, water, and fat free (skim) or low fat (1%) milk
Healthy Markets also accept SNAP and WIC to make healthy food affordable.
Healthy Markets and Corner Stores listed by Mass in Motion community
Pires — 875 Cambridge St.
Newtowne — 93 Winsdor St.
Supermercado — 458 Broadway
State Street Fruit Store, Deli, Wines and Spirits — 51 State St., Northampton
Cooper's Corner — 31 Main St., Florence
Checker's General Store and Deli — 2 Stadler St., Belchertown
The Williamsburg Market — 3 Main St., Williamsburg
Melrose Shell — 860 Main St.
Common Market — 301 East Foster St.
West Wyoming — 49 West Wyoming Ave.
Giammalvo’s — 1914 Purchase St.
Amaral’s Market — 488 Belleville St.
The Butcher Stop — 123 Dartmouth St.
Xavier’s Market — 290 North Front St.
The Market — 6 Purchase St.
St. James Mini Market — 328 St. James St.
Mason Market — 89 Wilbraham Rd.
State Street News — 93 State St.
Peter Pan Convenience — 1776 Main St.
Chestnut Convenience — 121 Chestnut St.
Anita's Market — 298 Hancock Street.
7-Eleven — 193 Albion St.
Wakefield Sunoco — 493 Salem St.
Tineo Market — 117 Lovell St.
This information is provided by the Department of Public Health.
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