The Good Food Purchasing Program transforms the way public institutions purchase food by creating a transparent and equitable food system built on five core values: local economies, health, valued workforce, animal welfare, and environmental sustainability. The Center for Good Food Purchasing provides a comprehensive set of tools, technical support, and verification system to assist institutions in meeting their Program goals and commitments.
The Center for Good Food Purchasing is pleased to celebrate Food Day 2017 with our recognition of our Food Day Heroes. This year we honor a Good Food Institutional Partner, a Good Food Local Partner, and a Good Food Policy Hero.
GUS SCHUMACHERGood Food Policy Hero
OAKLAND UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICTGood Food Institutional Hero
CHICAGO COALITION: GOOD FOOD PURCHASING PROGRAMGood Food Local Hero
THE POWER OF PROCUREMENT
Projected Good Food Purchasing demand in active cities
2.2 MILLION DAILY MEALS
Potential impact for major public institutions in active cities
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Rodger Cooley, Executive Director May 16, 2018 email@example.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 [...]
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 [...]
JOB TITLE: Good Food Purchasing Specialist POSTED: April 2018 APPLICATIONS DUE: May 13 REPORTS TO: Associate Director Organizational Summary: The Center for Good Food Purchasing uses the power of procurement and partnerships to create a transparent [...]
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 results are in! We have been busy at the Center crunching the numbers for Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) School Food Project to analyze their baseline purchasing practices. We expected to see an impressive [...]