Whether you’re just learning about the Good Food Purchasing Program or looking for detailed resources on implementation, we have all the information to help you get started. If you can’t find what you’re looking for here, please let us know.


Resources, templates and more are available to you as you start your path to build local support. Please be in touch with our team so we can understand your needs and provide you with relevant documents to get the gears turning, including:

  • agenda templates for stakeholder meetings
  • policy briefs
  • campaign building materials
  • training curricula
  • sample legislation

“The Good Food Purchasing Program provides us with a tool to evaluate and talk in concrete terms about the work we’re doing with our farm to school programs to improve our food procurement. GFPP demonstrates in dollar terms the magnitude of the improvements we have made. It also provides a framework for setting goals around issues we haven’t been able to work on yet, like increasing our purchases from suppliers with fair and humane labor practices.”

Jennifer LeBarre, former Executive Director, Nutrition Services, Oakland Unified School District