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Debbie Field’s Big Idea

Debbie Field, the executive director of FoodShare, has a big idea for how to make Toronto a better place to live: Put food first in urban planning and social policy “Imagine

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Mike Nevin

Mike Nevin, Compost Facilitator Extraordinaire at FoodShare Toronto Local Food Hero 2013 Mike Nevin, who recently celebrated his 70th birthday, is a highly valued member of FoodShare and his community. Nevin is

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Eating Outside the Box: FoodShare’s Good Food Box and the Challenge of Scale

Abstract: FoodShare Toronto’s good food box (GFB) program, engages people in the politics of their everyday lives, empowering them to make connections between consumption patterns and broader political-economic, cultural, and

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A Nonprofit System for Fresh-Produce Distribution: The Case of Toronto, Canada

Abstract: Every month, 4 000 boxes of fresh fruit and vegetables are delivered to 200 volunteer-run neighbourhood dropoffs in Metropolitan Toronto. The Good Food Box (GFB) project of FoodShare Metro

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