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.
The “Healthy Foods, Healthy Businesses: A Business and Leadership Development Training for Neighborhood Markets” event was held on Thursday, September 25, 2014 at Watts Labor Community Action Committee [...]
December is an exciting time for Good Food, and we’re not just talking about the holidays. There are several food policy opportunities happening in the City of LA [...]
Angelenos throw away almost one million tons of food scraps – over a quarter of the city’s total waste stream – in landfills every year. Food waste that [...]
The LA Food Policy Council is excited to partner with the Community and Regional Food Systems Project, UC Cooperative Extension-LA County and LA Alliance for a Regional Economy‘s Don’t Waste LA campaign to [...]
Public recognition of outstanding “Good Food Champions” and “Good Food Purchasers” and vibrant community program call attention to key food policy issues, celebrates growth and diversity of LA’s [...]