According to USA Today, among all major cities Houston has fewer grocery stores per person, and many residents depend on their local convenient stores for food supply, which increases the likelihood of buying low quality processed food instead of real true food.
However, initiated in 2012 by ex-Mayor Annise Parker, Go Healthy Houston program has being focusing on creating a better access to healthy foods, physical activity and tobacco-free zones. Aiming to improve health and reduce the cost of health care for houstonians, real true food like fruits, vegetables, healthy beverages and snacks were encouraged as new items in many local corner convenience stores and shops.
As a way of contributing to this great goal of Go Healthy Houston program, Inna Aguirre, the founder of Good Cravings raw healthy snack brand, and Ryan Jacobsen, the owner of Focus Fitness Houston, advanced body weight training, decided to partner up by offering outdoor personal training classes (Memorial Park area) and real true food snacks, available through Focus Fitness Network and small local shops and juicebars of Houston. So now Houston's true food options are expanding as Good Cravings and Focus Fitness partnered up.
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