The National Good Food Network is committed to bringing you cutting edge research around the models and methods of bringing more good food to more people, from aggregation and distribution case studies to articles on barriers to food access.
Here you'll find some of the latest Network research. You'll also find these and other resources in the newly-launched National Good Food Network Database.
150 participants in the W.K. Kellogg Foundation's Food and Society Initiative completed an online survey about their interest in Market Based Solutions, the results of which are the underpinnings of the National Good Food Network.
The National Good Food Network works to bring you innovative models for scaling up good food--food that is healthy, green, fair, and affordable. Here you'll find a compendium of models that we've researched, developed, or identified. And remember, you'll also find innovative models and other research around the scaling up of good food in the searchable National Good Food Network Database.
The "Roadmap for City Food Sector Innovation and Investment" provides cities with guidance for developing a local foods investment strategy and selecting the best investment opportunities to create new jobs and strengthen local businesses while increasing a community’s access to healthy, local and sustainably grown foods.
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