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.
Could you feed your family of four on $22.26 a day? It’s a reality that over half a million SNAP (formerly known as food stamps) recipients in LA [...]
Angelenos: have you signed the Good Food Pledge yet? Help us reach our goal of 2,013 pledges! People who sign the Pledge support the Good Food movement in [...]
City Councilmember and LA Mayor Elect Eric Garcetti responds to LAFPC’s food policy questionnaire: Los Angeles was called “the epicenter of hunger” by the USDA Deputy Administrator [...]
Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Brad Min, manager of Supermercado Latino in South Los Angeles, welcomed a visit to his store from Mayor Villaraigosa this morning. Min’s neighborhood market, [...]