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Food Resource Development

The Food Resource Development Coalition promotes food policy that supports investment in new retail food resources through community development strategies. The goal of the Coalition is to improve the availability, affordability and quality of food in South Los Angeles. The Coalition works to remove obstacles and support policy implement and enforcement that increase healthy food choices.

Partners include the Los Angeles City Planning Department, Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles, PolicyLink, Community Coalition, and LISC.

Meetings take place on the third Thursday of every month at Community Health Councils.

For more information about the Food Resource Development Coalition, please contact Gwendolyn Flynn at 323.295.9372 x226 or via e-mail Gwen Flynn.