- Exploring Economic and Health Impacts of Local Food Procurement, a new study from the Illinois Public Health Institute and Crossroads Resource Center, highlights practical, effective strategies used by five US communities to add locally sourced foods to their institutional food systems.
- These five communities—located in Kentucky, Vermont, Wisconsin, California, and Southern Arizona—are creating innovative ways to promote locally produced foods.
- The study also recommends ways[PDF-744KB] for communities to increase local food procurement and how to conceptualize and measure economic and health impacts of the locally procured foods.
jueves, 7 de mayo de 2015
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Illinois Public Health Institute | Exploring Economic and Health Impacts of Local Food Procurement