The toolkit includes an evaluation tool, planning guide and resources to help your faith community assess what you are already doing to promote good food – and identify areas to make more sustainable and just choices in your daily practices.
The Good Food Toolkit (GFT) consists of an evaluation tool, planning guide, and resources to help your faith community assess what you are already doing to promote good food and identify areas where you can incorporate more sustainable and just choices into your daily practices. It provides information about food issues, a glossary of terms and food labels, and action ideas for making changes. Conducting the evaluation will also help you establish a Good Food Team at your congregation who can take leadership of this process, and provide a vehicle to define your priority areas and what types of resources you may need in order to offer more ethical foods. Finally, the Toolkit includes Success Stories from Baltimore to highlight congregations that have already started down the path to putting their beliefs into action.
Download: The Good Food Toolkit