Minnesota Food Charter Network





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Published on Nov 8, 2015

The Minnesota Food Charter Network is a statewide network, rooted in Minnesota Food Charter strategies, that supports and fosters shared action towards healthy food access for all.

The Minnesota Food Charter Network was formed in concert with the Minnesota Food Charter to support and track statewide implementation of Food Charter strategies. In coming years, the Minnesota Food Charter Network will grow into a supportive ‘ecosystem’ of people, information, relationships, and resources positioned to implement the 99 Food Charter policy and systems change strategies.

The University of Minnesota Healthy Foods, Healthy Lives Institute is the organizational host, and funding and staff is provided by the Center for Prevention at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, University of Minnesota Extension, Minnesota Department of Health, Minnesota Department of Agriculture, and the Minnesota Department of Human Services.

The success of the network depends on the participation of diverse partners, including coalitions, networks, organizations, funders, and individuals like you.


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