Each year on Food Day, the Center for Good Food Purchasing recognizes exemplary leadership of Good Food Heroes: individuals or organizations with significant accomplishments related to the Good Food Purchasing Program in the past [...]
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2019 Good Food Value Chain Hero DC Central Kitchen We are honored to recognize DC Central Kitchen (DCCK) as our Good Food Value Chain Hero for 2019, for providing [...]
2019 Good Food Policy Hero Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu We are honored to recognize Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu as our 2019 Good Food Policy Hero. In March [...]
2019 Good Food Local Hero Greater Cincinnati Good Food Coalition We are honored to recognize the Greater Cincinnati Good Food Coalition as our Good Food Local Hero for their [...]
2019 Good Food Institution Hero Austin Independent School District The Center for Good Food Purchasing is honored to recognize Austin Independent School District (AISD) as our Good Food Institution [...]
Boston City Council Passes Groundbreaking Food Justice Ordinance Andrea Germanos Common Dreams Food justice advocates heaped praise on Boston Monday after the city's legislative body unanimously passed an ordinance that [...]
Media contact: Taylor Billings email@example.com 617-695-2525 The Good Food Purchasing Program will bring healthy, sustainable and ethically sourced food to the city. BOSTON -- Today, the Boston City Council unanimously voted to advance [...]
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 [...]
Cincinnati leads the way with Good Food Purchasing Policy Hannah Halbert Policy Matters Ohio In 2017, Cincinnati Public Schools spent more than $7.7 million on food for their kids. That’s [...]
Press Release: D.C. Public Schools To Become First on East Coast to Adopt Good Food Purchasing ProgramChristina Bronsing-Lazalde2019-02-05T16:40:22+00:00
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 [...]
With Lessons from Los Angeles, D.C. Takes a Good Food Policy Coast to Coast Sarah Reinhardt Union of Concerned Scientists Just a week after the Council of the District of [...]
#PurchasingPower: How Institutional Food Purchases Can Change The World Anna Lappé Rootstock Last week, a friend traveling in Bali saw my words in a storefront window display and texted me [...]