The Edmonton Food Policy Council interviewed 460 low income Edmontonians about their food needs and found that three-quarters of them were having trouble getting enough healthy food on a regular basis. The Edmonton Food Policy Council received a two year grant from Health and Welfare Canada Health Promotion Directorate to do a Community Food Needs Assessment and develop and action plan to address the barriers to food security that were identified. The project began in January, 1990.
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Sep 14, 2015
Kathryn W. Olson, 2015, "Edmonton Food Policy Council Study, 1990", https://doi.org/10.7939/DVN/10585, Borealis, V2
The objectives of the project were to: 1. Define the criteria for food security in the identified target communities 2. Describe the level of food security among the designated target populations and identify the barriers which prevent them from obtaining nutritious, high quality...
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