Sustainable Food Systems
The Center for Public Health's Sustainable Food Systems focuses area envisions a world in which people are nourished by food from an equitable, sustainable food system to build healthier lives.
Food Procurement for People and Planet
Create institutional alignment around a newly established set of guidelines that enable environmentally sustainable, cost-effective procurement of nutritious food for public institutions.
Resilient Food Systems Policy
Identify and champion creative policy solutions to improve access to nourishing food by conducting data tracking, analysis, and thought leadership that highlight solutions and policies that reinforce the resilience of the food system, elevating the need for public-private partnerships, and improving access to nourishing foods.
COVID-19 Food Response and Policy Inventory: The Center for Public Health COVID-19 Food Response and Policy Inventory provides a view into how actors across the food system responded to the initial challenges to nourish communities while participating in new social distancing practices.
WIC Waiver Tracker: The Center for Public Health WIC Waiver Tracker is a consolidated source of initial COVID-19 program updates to the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC).
COVID-19 Food Inventory
A database of what actors in the food space are doing to address the effects of COVID-19 on individuals, the workforce, and the food system.View Inventory
Sustainable Food Systems Overview
A sustainable food system delivers food security and nutrition for all in a way that ensures the economic, social, and environmental resources to feed future generations.Learn More