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Whole Measures for Community Food Systems is a values-based, community-oriented toolkit for evaluation, planning, and dialogue geared toward organizational and community change.
This evidence-based report from Saskatchewan, outlines how the built environment can be planned so healthy choices are the default choices. Dietitians who address the built environment go beyond the traditional approach of nutrition education and act on external factors that influence the food choices people make each day. The built environment can support healthy eating and nutrition through access to healthy food choices.
An infographic on costs of living, including food costs, for families living in the Niagara Region of Ontario.
This reference guide is intended to inform and encourage post-secondary institutions in developing food allergy policies and practices that support students who have food or other severe allergies and are at risk for anaphylaxis.
This is the sixth report in the GMO Inquiry 2015, which challenges the assertion made by the biotechnology industry that genetically modified (GM) crops are needed to “feed the world”.
This US-based toolkit provides a framework for developing land use policies that municipalities can tailor to promote and sustain urban agriculture in their communities.
This report aims to provide a better understanding of the circumstances that positively and negatively affect the access and use of high-protein traditional foods in early childhood programs for indigenous children.
This presentation highlights common trends in the overall expansion of food policy councils, organizational structure, relationship with government, top priorities, and technical assistance needs, compiled through the annual food policy council directory update.

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