Public health advocates specializing in tobacco control, nutrition and alcohol prevention are working together to improve the health of Californians through changes in community stores and to educate people on how in-store marketing influences consumption of unhealthy products. In 2013, more than 7,300 stores were surveyed in all 58 counties. Nearly 700 individuals participated in gathering the information including representatives from all local health departments, community volunteers and youth volunteers. The real-world data and ongoing community education is inspiring change across the state. Cities and counties are taking action to make their communities healthier. Click here to see local data and more.