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Sacramento Food Policy Council

The Sacramento Food Policy Council (Sac FPC) creates opportunities for healthy food and sustainable farming in Sacramento County through advocacy and collaboration rooted in community.

The Sac FPC has arisen out of the former Sacramento Regional Food System Collaborative as an opportunity to build depth in Sacramento County around a fair, green and resilient food system.

The FPC believes that through sharp policy analysis, collaborative work across government, nonprofits and business, and unabashed advocacy, we can build a food system that works for the most vulnerable (children, farmworkers, small-scale farmers, etc) first.

The Sac FPC is affiliated with California Food Policy Council, the statewide coalition of food policy councils across the state. In general, the purpose of food policy councils is to provide a pathway for communities to:

  • inform the general planning process and policy implementations of government agencies at all levels directly affecting the health, prosperity, resiliency, and fresh food access of our communities;
  • identify collaborative work/projects around these issues;
  • make policy recommendations to & hold accountable policymakers and electeds;
  • advocate for a clean and just foodsystem.

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