Glossary > Food Policy Councils (FPC)
Food Movement Glossary

Food Policy Councils (FPC)

Definition:

Officially sanctioned bodies comprised of stakeholders from different elements of a state or local food system. Food policy councils allow collaboration between citizens and government officials to examine the operation of a local food system and provide ideas or recommendations for how it can be improved. They are considered a key aspect of community food security. Visit OregonHunger.org to learn more.

Example of Food Policy Councils (FPC):

The FPC helps the local food producers to connect with other areas in the community such as businesses and government .
For more definitions, view the Food Movement Glossary index.
Agrilicious!
Did You Know?
Turkeys originated in North and Central America, and evidence suggests they have been around for 10 million years.