Increasing Equitable Food Access through the Healthy Neighborhood Market Network


The Los Angeles Food Policy Council’s Healthy Neighborhood Market Network (HNMN) is at the forefront of improving the healthy food offerings of corner stores in Los Angeles’ communities of color by transforming corner markets into a convenient and healthy food retail option for residents. This case study explores how HNMN’s leadership development, technical assistance and creative partnerships can result in mutual benefits for corner store owners and the community.