We Conduct Community-Led Food Assessments in Remote Regions of Our Province to Improve Residents' Access to Healthy, Affordable, and Culturally Appropriate Food.
This project is leveraging the vast potential of health care facilities to support a more vibrant and locally focused food system in our province, while ensuring those who need it the most are getting healthy meals.
This nationally recognized project convenes key players from all sectors to work together in building a provincial roadmap for advancing food security.
Our Scoff initiatives celebrate, share, build upon, and preserve the food knowledge and skills of seniors in our province.
Farm to School initiatives bring healthy, local food into schools, and provide students with hands-on learning opportunities that foster food literacy, all while strengthening the local food system.
84% of our communities do not have a full-service grocery store, and rely heavily on their corner stores for food. This project was created to improve the selection of healthy, affordable food in such communities.
The St. John's Food policy Council was created to sit key players and policy makers around the same table, so they could work together and help the food system flourish in St. John's.
The annual Good Food Challenge was founded by Food First NL to encourage people to discuss and learn more about food, food systems, food security, and food issues, as a way toward healthier eating for people and their planet.