Neighborhood Fare: Tools for Connecting Local Food Systems
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    In partnership with the Department of City Planning, the Urban Design Forum’s Forefront Fellows explored how city government can strengthen community-based food infrastructure.

    “Neighborhood Fare,” explores how to foster food equity in every New York City neighborhood through the built environment.

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    Mayor Signs Two Executive Orders to Formalize City’s Commitment to Good Food Purchasing and Promote Healthy Food Advertising on City Property

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    Food Forward NYC is the City’s first ever 10-year food policy plan, laying out an comprehensive policy framework to reach a more equitable, sustainable, and healthy food system by 2031.

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    The Food Metrics Report provides an annual snapshot of a variety of City initiatives related to food. Read the 2021 report to learn what we've done to strengthen the local food system for everyone.

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Health Bucks
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    Health Bucks are $2 coupons that can be used to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at all New York City farmers' markets. All farmers' markets that accept Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will give one Health Buck coupon to each customer for every $5 spent using Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) all year-round.

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The NYC Food Policy website was created to share information about how the Mayor’s Office of Food Policy works to increase food security, promote access to and consumption of healthy foods, and support economic opportunity and environmental sustainability in the food system.

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