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notes Nutrition Action Team 04 11 2008

notes Nutrition Action Team 04 11 2008

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ProcessingGroup names: Colleen B. , Charles Ireland, Kim Labno, Rachel Millenbach1.What do we know we currently have in place to support local, healthy, affordable,available food in this domain? Some capacity and availability, affordable etc.Within those places, churches, schools, civic centers2.Do we have data to support this? If so, where is it/who has it? Knowledge of community gardens, garden clubs, churches3.What do we need to have in place to support local, healthy, affordable, availablefood in this domain? Health codes- consulting (find on web), must havecommunity interest, Subsidized food products- food stamp/ WIC4.Are there innovative approaches in Philly that we need to know about? (givespecifics so we can follow-up) health food programs in the schools, use of schoolkitchens; colleges have food programs5.Are there innovative approaches nationally/internationally that we need to knowabout? (give specifics so we can follow-up) Branded for processing, quality,labeling with info on worker conditions; food safety and allergens, recycledmaterials
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RetailingGroup names: Norman Weiss, Allison Harris1.What do we know we currently have in place to support local, healthy, affordable,available food in this domain? Food Trust program, existing retailers withknowledge, resources and interest. Distribution via existing wholesaler, Interest of community activities., data showing providing healthier choices results inimproved health2.Do we have data to support this? If so, where is it/who has it? Food Trust data?Unkown? Money spent on fruits and veggies? Market data, no food assessment- broad range data; Department of Agriculture, Farm to City3.What do we need to have in place to support local, healthy, affordable, availablefood in this domain? Willingess and ability of retailers and producers to make itworthwhile4.Are there innovative approaches in Philly that we need to know about? (give
 
specifics so we can follow-up) Co-op model, corner store initiative5.Are there innovative approaches nationally/internationally that we need to knowabout? (give specifics so we can follow-up) No answer 
Domain: Eating
Group names: Danni Johnson, Alia Walker, Gloria Miller, Christie Duncan-Tessmer 1.What do we know we currently have in place to support local, healthy, affordable,available food in this domain? Food stamps/WIC; SHARE; trainingopportunities- Penn State extension, Phila government, PDPH, Whole Foods andlocal focused restaurants2.Do we have data to support this? If so, where is it/who has it?DHS: PDPH; Coalition against Hunger; Shop Rite (culturally appropriate); Green Grocer,immigrant organizations3.What do we need to have in place to support local, healthy, affordable, availablefood in this domain?Samples! Education and training reach out with cultural based organizations andchurches, relationships with community stakeholders4.Are there innovative approaches in Philly that we need to know about? (givespecifics so we can follow-up) Not answered5.Are there innovative approaches nationally/internationally that we need to knowabout? (give specifics so we can follow-up) Not answeredReport back: Train the trainer: train cultural organizations staff/leaders regarding foodand nutrition using both Americans and their native foods. Food workshops, dinners, etc.Workshops cover: taste, values, preparation etc.
Domain: Distribution
Group names: John Eshleman, Lindsay Gilmour, Leslie Meeks
Philadelphia Urban Farming Network 
 NFDP(NYC) NESFP Roster 1.What do we know we currently have in place to support local, healthy, affordable,available food in this domain? Local distribution companies, farmer auctions,demand in place, high quality land, opportunity to have equitable local foodaccess, neighborhood- based food collaboration (coop)2.Do we have data to support this? If so, where is it/who has it?
 
Supply data: Food Trust, Farm to City, The Shipping Points Feasibility Study, Farmer Auctions: Jeff Stoltzfus (contact J. Eshleman), Demand data: The Food Trust, Fair Food3.What do we need to have in place to support local, healthy, affordable, availablefood in this domain? Affordable transportation to farm and to markets4.Are there innovative approaches in Philly that we need to know about? (givespecifics so we can follow-up) Common Market, Urban Farms, CSAs, SHAREFood Program5.Are there innovative approaches nationally/internationally that we need to knowabout? (give specifics so we can follow-up) subsidized CSAs (JustFood- NYC)
Domain: Preparing Food
This group didn’t answer the questions exactly. Instead we are reporting on what they did discuss.
Group names: Iggy, Dwayne et. Al from Awbury1.What do we know we currently have in place to support local, healthy, affordable,available food in this domain?2.Do we have data to support this? If so, where is it/who has it?3.What do we need to have in place to support local, healthy, affordable, availablefood in this domain?4.Are there innovative approaches in Philly that we need to know about? (givespecifics so we can follow-up)5.Are there innovative approaches nationally/internationally that we need to knowabout? (give specifics so we can follow-up)Report back: Share one innovative approach or best practice related to this domain
This group came up with the concept of the Food Police, which they said would beoutside of school, and determines what a student could or could not bring to school. Parents and children would be given training on cooking and nutrition. Children would  get extra credit towards their grades, and parents could get money or food vouchers for healthy meals. Classes would be held in churches and community kitchen where food  preparation and training could take place. They would be held bi-weekly over a number of months. The graduation would include a cook-off contest of nutritious foods.

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