San Francisco’s food policy

From SPUR:

It’s been nearly two years since Mayor Gavin Newsom issued his Executive Directive on Food, mandating healthier food options and access to local food sources for residents.Paula Jones, director of Food Systems at San Francisco’s Department of Public Health,Eli Zigas of Cultivate SF, and Francesca Vietor, President of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission and Principal Consultant to Ecoworks, will discuss the status of work that grew out of the directive and potential directions for local food policy in the coming year.

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