A New Way to a Healthier You

As your neighborhood grocery store, we're looking to build happier, healthier communities and help you take a step forward on your health journey -- wherever you may be. That's why we created Good For You.

Starting with nutrition experts, we evaluated all food sold at Schnucks stores to determine what is actually Good For You. The Good For You list simplifies making healthy choices by using a set of nutrition guidelines to identify products and help Schnucks shoppers eat, feel and live healthier.

Opt in below and your Schnucks receipts will look a little different. At check out, you’ll be able to check in on the overall healthiness of your shopping cart. You’ll receive monthly reports to gauge if you’re making progress when it comes to improving the foods filling your pantry and fridge.

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How the Good For You Program Works

Good For You is a FREE wellness program at Schnucks designed to help you make healthier choices. Teaming up with nutrition experts at Spoon Guru, we've evaluated all food items sold at Schnucks and compiled a list of over 5,000 items that are good for you.




Frequently Asked Questions

Still Have Questions, Check out our FAQs.

What does it mean to “Opt In”?

It means you are raising your hand to join the Schnucks health and wellness community. We'll provide you with data on your receipts and in monthly reports so you can see if the food you are buying at Schnucks contains more or fewer Good For You items. You'll have the tools to make informed decisions when stocking your fridge and pantry, and we'll be here to provide inspiration and motivation to help you continue to take steps forward on your health journey.

How do I Opt In?

Click the button above or click here and that’s it! You’ll start receiving Good For You data on your receipts starting January 1st, 2022.

How much does it cost to join the Good For You community?

It’s FREE to all members of Schnucks Rewards! With enough people opting into the Good For You community, we’ll make a big difference in the overall health and wellness of the communities we serve.

When will I start receiving Good For You Data?

The Good For You program launches on January 1, 2022. If you have opted into the Good For You program above, data will start showing up on your receipts in January 2022. Monthly reports will be available after a set period of time of participating in the program.

What does the Good For You icon look like?

The Good For You icon is orange with a white thumbs up and white writing that says "Good For You". Look for this icon when shopping to help identify what foods are on the Good For You list. Add more of these items into your shopping cart and soon they'll become a part of your regular eating habits.

How are items selected to be on the Good For You list?

Through a partnership with Spoon Guru all food items at Schnucks were evaluated using a nutrition framework to determine what items are Good For You. Nutrition experts crafted criteria that is rooted in science and guided by the 2020 Dietary guidelines for Americans, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, U.S.Department of Agriculture and American Heart Association. With an emphasis on fruits, vegetables, lean proteins and wholegrains and lower in added sugar, sodium and saturated fat, you can trust these items are Good For You.

What products are considered Good For You?

Products make the Good For You list by meeting certain nutrition and ingredient parameters based on their categorization. Each category has specific criteria, but below are a few highlights.

  • Single ingredient fruits, vegetables, 100% whole grains, eggs and lean meats are included
  • Items are free from artificial flavors, sweeteners and colors
  • Items have less than 5 grams of saturated fat
  • Items have 8g or less added sugar
  • Items have 600 mg or less sodium

What is not included on the Good For You list?

  • At this time we are not evaluating any baby products (items meant for those under the age of 2). This includes baby foods (pureed, pouches, teether snacks, etc) and formula.
  • We are also not evaluating supplements or vitamins as these are personal choices and everyone has unique needs.
  • All items that do not meet the nutrition or ingredient parameters set for this program, won't be found on the Good For You list.

Is Good For You available to customers of all Schnucks stores?

Yes! Any member of Schnucks Rewards can opt in to the Good For You program.
Plus, beyond Schnucks stores, the Good For You program is available at our EatWell store, too.

Who do I contact about questions for the Good For You program?

If you have a question, comment or concern about Good For You, please contact the Schnucks Customer Care team.

Produce Rx

What is the Produce Rx program?

  • Schnucks, in collaboration with the American Heart Association, developed this program to provide nutrition assistance to people in the St. Louis area who are food insecure and have chronic illnesses like diabetes, hypertension, and high cholesterol.
  • For a period of 4 months starting on March 1st and ending on June 20th a group of pre-identified customers will receive a digital coupon for $20 to use in the produce department. This coupon is to be used only on fresh produce, but not limited to the types or quantities as long as it amounts to $20 or less.

How does it work?

  • The American Heart Association partnered with health clinics across the St. Louis area to identify food insecure individuals with a chronic illness (diabetes, high cholesterol or hypertension) and enrolled them in the Produce Rx. program with Schnucks. Part of this enrollment was signing each patient up with a Schnucks Rewards account.
  • American Heart shared the list of Schnucks Rewards phone numbers and emails of the 300 patients enrolled in the program in January of 2023. This cohort will receive the digital produce coupons through emails for a total of 8 times over a period of 16 weeks.
  • Each email will go out on Wednesday starting on March 1st, with the last email going out on June 7th. In the email will be a $20 digital coupon for fresh produce. The coupon will be valid for two weeks from the day they received the email.

Can a Schnucks teammate sign up a customer for the program?

No, a Schnucks teammate cannot sign up a customer for the Produce Rx program. If it is before 2/15 the customer can go back to their health clinic and request to sign up. If it is after 2/15, it is too late for the customer to enroll in the program.

Are these coupons different from other coupons?

  • Produce Rx coupons work just like any other coupon and must be “clipped” before checking out. Produce Rx coupons can be clipped by clicking on the coupon in their email.
  • Once the coupon is clipped, it will be applied to the next shopping trip that the customer buys any amount of fresh produce. It is important to note that even if the customer buys $1 worth of produce the entire $20 coupon will be applied and no longer be valid to use.
  • These coupons cannot be split and customers should be instructed to only clip the coupon when they know they will be purchasing $20 or more. If the customer spends more than $20 on fresh produce, the coupon will deduct $20 from the total and the customer will have to pay for the rest.
  • If a customer mistakenly spends their coupon before they are ready to spend the entire $20, we will either reload the coupon into the customers account or add rewards dollars into their account to use, but ONLY for the first week as customers learn how the program works. IF you have questions about this, please contact Allison Primo asprimo@schnucks.com or Olivia Bleitz obleitz@schnucks.com.

How do participants redeem their coupons at checkout?

  • Like other Schnucks coupons, participants must put their phone number into the card reader during checkout and their clipped coupon/s will be applied to their bill automatically.
  • Customers will have to clip the coupon before they can apply it to their order at checkout.

Where can participants redeem their coupons?

Participants can redeem their coupons at ANY Schnucks location.

What health care clinics are the patients being referred from?

Affinia Healthcare:

  • 2220 Lemp Ave. – 63104
  • 1717 Biddle -63106

BJK People’s Health Center:

  • 49 N. Florissant Rd., Ferguson, MO 63135
  • 11642 West Florissant, Florissant, MO 63033


  • 5471 Dr. Martin Luther King Drive, St. Louis, MO 63112
  • 5541 Riverview Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63120

YMCA locations:

  • 4343 West Florissant, St. Louis, MO, 63115
  • 12736 Southfork Rd, St Louis, MO, 63128
  • 3390 Pershall Road, Ferguson, MO, 63135
  • 930 Holly Hills Ave, St. Louis, MO, 63111
  • 5555 Page Blvd, St. Louis, MO, 63112

Who is the primary contact for the program if more questions come up?

Contact: Allison Primo asprimo@schnucks.com


The information on this site is not intended as a substitute for medical advice nor is it designed to diagnose or treat a medical condition. Always consult with your physician or medical professional for your individual health needs and questions.