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Food Policy

When we share solutions through advocacy and education FoodShare’s efforts are leveraged exponentially garnering effects on a policy level that reach far beyond Toronto.
 
Since first established in 1985, FoodShare has had a strong social justice focus, working to create innovative, replicable, scalable solutions and empowering tools to combat universal food problems. We continue to play a leading role among thinkers in the food movement as a go-to organization and advocate for community food security.
 
Through actions and engagement, FoodShare works towards a more equitable and just food system participating in consultative processes and grassroots organizing to support discussions around what it would take for everyone to have access to affordable, healthy food in Toronto, across Ontario, and Canada.
 

Upcoming Events

Our Food Systems—Are You Hungry for Change? A Virtual Classroom with David Suzuki and Friends
October 6, 2014

Join environmentalist and broadcaster David Suzuki, 100-Mile Diet co-author J.B. MacKinnon and FoodShare food justice expert Utcha Sawyers in a discussion on how each of us can bring about real change, at the community, municipal and national level. Our focus: local food systems.

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FoodShare Talks fall book club meeting: Free For All - fixing school food in America
November 5, 2014

Join our fall book club meeting featuring Janet Poppendieck's Free For All: Fixing School Food in America.

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