The Los Angeles Food Policy Council is a collective impact initiative working to build a Good Food system for all Los Angeles residents — where food is healthy, affordable, fair and sustainable.
“Food as Medicine: Prevention in the Era of Obamacare” Network Meeting Panel Discussion Highlights This meeting’s topic, “Food as Medicine: Prevention in the Era of Obamacare,” was [...]
The Good Food Purchasing Pledge case study evaluation and year-one progress update, produced by the Community and Regional Food Systems Project team at University of Wisconsin-Madison, is [...]
The Los Angeles Food Policy Council is excited to host our bimonthly Network meeting at The Wellness Center at the Historic General Hospital on Thursday, June 19. Expert [...]
Lots of great things have been going on with the Healthy Neighborhood Market Network (HNMN) this spring! Neighborhood markets in South Los Angeles, Boyle Heights and Historic Filipinotown have [...]
On April 17, 2014, we hosted a Network meeting in collaboration with the Hub LA that explored the intersection between food policy and social entrepreneurship. See below for [...]