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Press Release: D.C. Public Schools To Become First on East Coast to Adopt Good Food Purchasing Program

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Lea Howe lea@dcgreens.org 202.468.0176 D.C. Public Schools To Become First on East Coast to Adopt Good Food Purchasing Program Bill Aims to Improve School Meal Nutrition and Quality, Boost Local Economy   WASHINGTON (December 4, 2018)—The Council of the District of Columbia voted unanimously today to ensure long-term commitment to implementing [...]

2018-12-06T22:24:24+00:00December 4th, 2018|

Press Release: Good Food Purchasing Program Receives 2018 Future Policy Award Honorable Mention

Future Policy Award 2018 crowns best policies on agroecology and sustainable food systems The “100% organic state” Sikkim in India wins Gold. Policies from Brazil, Denmark and Ecuador honoured with Silver Awards Hamburg/Rome, 12 October 2018 – The world’s best laws and policies promoting agroecology are awarded the Future Policy Award (FPA) 2018. The “100% organic [...]

2018-10-17T22:11:22+00:00October 12th, 2018|

Press Release: Good Food Purchasing Program (LA, 2012) Shortlisted for Future Policy Award!

Champions in supporting agroecological approaches: Shortlist of Future Policy Award 2018 out now Best policies promoting agroecological approaches shortlisted for international award include candidates from Brazil, Denmark, Ecuador, India, the Philippines, Senegal, the United States of America, as well as TEEBAgrifood. Recognising that a transition to sustainable food and agriculture systems is crucial to achieve [...]

2018-10-17T22:14:28+00:00October 4th, 2018|

City’s Milk Buying Could Help Farmers in Crisis and Workers in Need

City’s Milk Buying Could Help Farmers in Crisis and Workers in Need David Brand CityLimits.org Feature photo: Chaumtoli Huq, a CUNY Law professor and a labor lawyer, has called on New York and other big cities to wield their power to affect food supply chains. Photo by Adi Talwar. [...]

2018-09-26T18:06:00+00:00September 20th, 2018|

What if School Lunch Programs Promoted Public Health, Good Jobs, and the Environment?

What if School Lunch Programs Promoted Public Health, Good Jobs, and the Environment? Anna Lappé and Jose Oliva The Nation From LA to Cook County, local governments are using their purchasing power to transform the food system. Eleven billion dollars. That’s the total tally of the national school-food program in [...]

2018-05-25T22:13:09+00:00May 25th, 2018|

Chicago Food Policy Action Council applauds Cook County adoption of Good Food Purchasing Program

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:     Rodger Cooley, Executive Director May 16, 2018 cfpacinfo@gmail.com Mobile: 312-354-2091 Chicago Food Policy Action Council applauds Cook County adoption of Good Food Purchasing Program New measure will ensure transparency in food systems and generate millions in revenue for local farmers, food-based businesses, and communities CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – Today, the Chicago [...]

2018-05-16T21:45:11+00:00May 16th, 2018|

Chicago is Leading the Way Toward a Good Food Future

Chicago is Leading the Way Toward a Good Food Future Kristine Sherred Civil Eats When Leslie Fowler asked America’s largest chicken producers to increase their supply of antibiotic-free poultry, they gave her “the Heisman hand” and turned down the chief nutrition and facilities officer for Chicago Public Schools (CPS). But [...]

2018-05-30T22:15:39+00:00May 14th, 2018|

Idea We Should Steal: Buying Better Food

Idea We Should Steal: Buying Better Food Jill Harkins The Philadelphia Citizen The LA-based Center for Good Food Purchasing helps districts and governments lead the way in buying healthy food. Can we get Philly schools on board? The School District of Philadelphia recently eliminated all iceberg lettuce from its lunchroom [...]

2018-05-25T22:12:46+00:00May 7th, 2018|

Good Food Purchasing Comes to Buffalo

Good Food Purchasing Comes to Buffalo Newell Nussbaumer Buffalo Rising Photo: Partnership for the Public Good Public schools have never been know much for their wholesome foods served at lunch. There was a time when schools were not held accountable for students’ diets. Food was simply considered sustenance [...]

2018-09-26T18:19:16+00:00April 24th, 2018|

How Cities are Improving Animal Welfare in our Food System

How Cities are Improving Animal Welfare in our Food System Leah Galitzdorfer CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute The nomination of our nation’s new Secretary of Agriculture is imminent—likely to occur over the three days prior to Friday’s inauguration, according to Vice-President-elect Mike Pence. As my colleague Nora Gilbert and I recently [...]

2018-05-30T22:25:01+00:00March 27th, 2018|
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