H-E-B to Improve Health of Texans

"In Texas we have a lot of health concerns and in order to make a real change, entities have to come together; that includes us, a supermarket, but also schools, businesses and local government." — Kate Rogers, vice president of partner communications and engagement, H-E-B

SAN ANTONIO — Cities and towns across the Lone Star State are facing off to see which can have the most profound effect on health in their community.

It’s all part of The Healthy at H-E-B Community Challenge, one of several actions sponsored by the H.E. Butt Grocery Co. to help make Texas the healthiest state.

H-E-B was already changing the health habits of store employees and shoppe

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