A city grappling with obesity begins stocking corner store shelves with nutritious snack alternatives.
Guillermo "Weso" Rodriguez waits for customers at the store he owns called Weso Mini Market, a Philadelphia corner store that stocks fresh fruits and vegetables as part of a government program aimed at providing nutritional foods in some of the city's lowest-income neighborhoods. Since 2009, Philadelphia has secured millions of dollars in federal funds to combat a surging obesity rate and bring healthy, affordable foods to neighborhoods that have traditionally gone without. Jahi Chikwendiu/WASHINGTON POST
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