The Wallace Center National Good Food Network, with funding from the Kellogg Foundation, documented the pilot in Kansas City, enumerated the next steps toward wider use of group-based certification, and has collected several relevant resources in its Group Gap Pilot Project Report.Read More
Food Hubs strengthen regional food systems by supplying local foods to schools, hospitals, restaurants and other institutions, as well as directly to consumers. Their aggregation, sales, and distribution activity increases farm-gate demand for local foods, creating new markets for small producers.
But are food hubs economically sustainable? Can food hubs do well by doing good?Read More
Full report on survey of W.K. Kellogg Foood and Society Conference attendees' on market based solutions for good food.Read More
Overview of results from survey of W.K. Kellogg Food and Society Conference attendees' on market based solutions for good food.Read More
A case study of Sysco’s 2008 early work to develop food value chains, providing the operational considerations, early results, lessons learned and next stage planning involved in Sysco’s ongoing corporate journey from supply chain to value chain.Read More