New Report – Innovations in Local Food Enterprise: Fresh Ideas for a Just and Profitable Food System

by Nessa on November 27, 2013

I am very pleased to announce the publication of a new report developed with the Wallace Center, Innovations in Local Food Enterprise: Fresh Ideas for a Just and Profitable Food System. This report is the culmination of the Wallace Center’s Healthy Urban Food Enterprise Development (HUFED) program, which provided grants to 30 organizations across the country working to support market-based food access solutions.

 

At the core of the report are four areas of innovation in market-based food access solutions: (1) innovations in affordability and profitability, (2) innovations in infrastructure and logistics, (3) innovations in community engagement, and (4) innovations in marketing. Within each of these four areas the report outlines 3-5 hands-on strategies and introduces the inspiring work of two grantees through mini-case studies (so a total of 8 mini-case studies in the entire report).

 

I sincerely hope you find ways to incorporate and adapt these strategies to further your own work. Please let me know what you think!

 

http://www.wallacecenter.org/resourcelibrary/hufedinnovationsreport

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