Report to better understand how consumers living with low-incomes value and access sustainably grown foods, what barriers they face in doing so and what policy measures could be undertaken to facilitate greater access.
The report provides an overview of the state of FPCs in the United States and Canada, including their organizational structure, age, geographic focus, approximate annual budget, membership, policy and organizational priorities and relationship to government.
With a rapidly changing small business and food landscape in Vancouver’s Chinatown, the Vancouver Chinatown Social Cohesion Report measures the social cohesion between new and traditional businesses and their networks and how that shapes and impacts the neighbourhood’s resilience.
This report provides information on the cost of an adequately nutrition diet across BC. The data is meant to assess the affordability of a healthy diet. The report also provides background on household food insecurity and the related health implications. An infographic provides additional information on household food insecurity. View the infographic: The affordability of healthy eating in BC