SFUSD wants its food suppliers to fork over meal sources Michael Barba San Francisco Examiner The vendors that supply food served at San Francisco’s public schools will be asked to fork over information on [...]
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San Francisco District adopts Good Food Purchasing Program Press Contact: Gentle Blythe San Francisco Public School District May 25, 2016 (San Francisco, Ca)– The San Francisco Board of Education voted unanimously to adopt the [...]
Teamsters Support San Francisco School Board's Adoption of Good Food Policy Press Contact: Doug Bloch International Brotherhood of Teamsters (SAN FRANCISCO) – The Teamsters applauded a unanimous vote by the San Francisco Unified School [...]
School lunch menu is about more than taste, price Anna Lappé San Francisco Chronicle When asked to picture a typical school lunch, most of us think of sad-looking chicken nuggets or soggy french fries. [...]
The Next Wave for Good Food Pete Huff Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy Every day of the school year, more than 80,000 meals are served in the cafeterias of the Minneapolis and St. [...]
Tracking the Ripple Effects of LA’s Good Food Purchasing Program Alexis Stephens Policy Link In 2012, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) — the largest school district in the nation — shifted its [...]
Shaping food policy from the ground up Mark Winne Lexicon of Food “…no famine has ever taken place in the history of the world in a functioning democracy.” - Amartya Sen The older [...]
A National Food Policy for the 21st Century: A memo to the next president Mark Bittman, Michael Pollan, Ricardo Salvador, Olivier De Schutter Medium “Thanks to the productivity of our farmers, the United States [...]
L.A. Unified to ban the purchase of chicken raised with antibiotics Teresa Watanabe Los Angeles Times Aiming to bolster student health, Los Angeles Unified and five other major urban school districts announced plans Tuesday [...]
Can the Foodie Trend Also Help Food Workers? Michelle Chen The Nation What your community eats is based on what feeds into your social system. In Los Angeles, on one end of the [...]
LA School District Uses Its Spending Power to Support Local Farms, Workers’ Rights, and Kids’ NutritionChristina Bronsing-Lazalde2017-05-18T19:48:29+00:00
LA School District Uses Its Spending Power to Support Local Farms, Workers’ Rights, and Kids’ Nutrition J. Mijin Cha Yes! Magazine We face two equally urgent and significant crises: rising inequality and climate change. [...]
LAUSD food effort makes local farms healthier too Teresa Watanabe Los Angeles Times Down a dusty road surrounded by orange trees and the rolling hills of Redlands, the farmer in a battered straw hat [...]