SAN ANTONIO — San Antonio beat out 320 Texas communities to win the inaugural Healthy at H-E-B  Community Challenge — one of several actions to make Texas the healthiest state. Brownsville and Pflugerville, Texas, took top honors in the mid-size and small community categories, respectively.
H-E-B was already changing the health habits of store employees and shoppers with “Healthy at H-E-B,” a program launched earlier this year to provide tips on eating right, exercising and smart shopping. But to make an even bigger impact it rallied members of the community at large.
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From Sept. 1 through Oct. 31, nearly 13,000 individuals, along with schools, businesses and community leaders earned points for their communities by logging healthy actions on www.HEBcommunitychallenge.com .
San Antonio mayor Julian Castro earned 500 points for the city by uploading a video to the contest website, in which he challenged rival mayors to join the competition.
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