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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.
This US based report presents guiding principles and practical steps to help decision makers with a basis to understand and analyze effects, weigh trade-offs, and guide decision making within a complex food system.
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.
This timeline charts the evolution of the local food movement in the US within the context of the four elements of good food: healthy, fair, affordable, green.
This report offers a vision for a healthy food system for the 21st century and beyond, underpinned by circular economy principles. Focusing on the potential of cities to spark transformation, the report outlines three broad ambitions for a circular economy for food: sourcing food regeneratively, and locally where appropriate; making the most of food; and designing and marketing healthier food products.
This infographic summarizes the current situation in Ontario with respect to local food use and local food literacy in meal and snack programs targeting young children. It also highlights the challenges, barriers and opportunities to support more local food use and local food literacy in child care and student nutrition programs.
This US-based policy brief explores the policies, programs, and projects being developed by local governments to help overcome accessibility and economic barriers to healthy, local food consumption by creating incentives for the sale of healthy and local food for all residents.

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