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Healthy Food Retail
2017 | Pinnacle Prevention
This report profiles food policy councils and similar organizations around Arizona and discusses the capacity for developing a statewide network to address food system issues.
Double Up Food Bucks
Double Up Food Bucks is an incentive program through the Fair Food Network that doubles the value of federal nutrition assistance dollars spent at participating farmers’ markets and corner stores.
Double Up Food Bucks
Double Up Food Bucks is a food incentive program model in Michigan that increases the fruit and vegetable purchasing power of SNAP users. It is used in both farmers’ markets and grocery stores in Michigan and can serve as a healthy food incentive model in corner stores.
Addressing Distribution Challenges: A Webinar about Improving Access and Affordability of Fresh Produce
2014 | ChangeLab Solutions
This archived webinar describes components of produce distribution systems, identifies distribution challenges that both urban and rural retailers face, and highlights solutions different communities have developed to combat distribution challenges.
2015 | Healthy Lucas County
Healthy Lucas County created this brief about the Eat Fresh, Live Well program to address the challenge of identifying produce distributors for healthy retail programs. It provides options for solutions to the problem of identifying produce distributors that are affordable and sustainable.
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics offers a suite of web-based tools, including the Health Informatics Infrastructure (ANDHII) platform and the ANDHII Surveys mobile app. The ANDHII Surveys app helps to collect community assessment and program monitoring and evaluation data and syncs data collected on mobile devices with the ANDHII web application. A data file may be exported for analysis and reporting purposes. For more information, write to ANDHII@eatright.org.