Food Fit Philly


Get Healthy Philly is encouraging Philadelphians to reduce the amount of sodium they consume.

Beginning in June 2014, a multi-media campaign will provide information and practical tips to help individuals and families make small changes in their eating that can make a big difference in their health.

The campaign will include transit posters, radio ads, and more.  Look and listen for our campaign messages this summer.

Learn more about salt.

Sodium Radio Spot #1


Sodium Radio Spot #2

SEPTA Bus Poster









Previous Media Campaigns

On Television

On the Radio






On Mass Transit (SEPTA)

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At Farmers' Markets

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In Healthy Corner Stores

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In Convenience Stores


Convenience store signs were adapted from work at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health: Bleich SN et al. Reduction in purchases of sugar-sweetened beverages among low-income black adolescents after exposure to caloric information. Am J Public Health 2012;102:329-35.

Get Healthy Philly is a project of the Philadelphia Department of Public Health and is made possible, in part, by funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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