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 2018 with our recognition of our Good Food Heroes. This year we honor a Good Food Institutional Partner, a Good Food Local Partner, and a Good Food Policy Hero.
On January 28th 2019, the Cincinnati School Board unanimously voted in favor of a resolution adopting the Good Food Purchasing Program in Cincinnati public schools. In 2017, Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) spent more than $7.7 million on [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Lea Howe firstname.lastname@example.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 [...]
Another Voice: Good Food Purchasing Program elevates student nutrition Sam Magavern The Buffalo News Each day, the Buffalo Public Schools serves roughly 25,000 breakfasts, 28,000 lunches, and 5,000 snacks. That [...]
This year on World Food Day, our co-founders Alexa Delwiche and Paula Daniels were in Rome at the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization headquarters to receive a Future Policy Award for Scaling Up [...]
Each year on Food Day, the Center for Good Food Purchasing recognizes the exemplary leadership of Good Food Heroes—individuals or organizations with significant accomplishments in some aspect of their work in the Good Food [...]