• RezOne New York by Nevin Cohen, Assistant Professor, CUNY School of Public Health Faculty Fellow, New York City Food Policy Center Highlights Rezoning can … [Read more...]

    RezOne New York
  • New York State Council on Food Policy 2015 Annual Summer Meeting The New York State Council on Food Policy convened its 2015 Annual Summer meeting on July … [Read more...]

    New York State Council on Food Policy 2015 Annual Summer Meeting
  • Healthy Food for Upper Manhattan Summer Meeting Healthy Food For Upper Manhattan (HFUM), is a workgroup and collaborative space focused specifically on … [Read more...]

    Healthy Food for Upper Manhattan Summer Meeting
  • Hunger and Food Insecurity in the LGBT Community The Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law, in collaboration with the Resnick Program for Food Law and … [Read more...]

    Hunger and Food Insecurity in the LGBT Community
  • Food Policy for Breakfast: Finding Synergy: Strategies for Coordinating Multiple Food Initiatives to Magnify Impact and Reduce Duplication Tuesday, June 9, … [Read more...]

    Food Policy for Breakfast: Finding Synergy: Strategies for Coordinating Multiple Food Initiatives to Magnify Impact and Reduce Duplication

News & Events

Street artist @incarceratedjerkfaces speaking to our Youth Food Educators summer program participants about his work, inspiring them as they embark on counter marketing campaigns against unhealthy food in their community.

Center News – July>>

Center News - July This month the NYC Food Policy Center launched its East Harlem Youth Food Educators program. This program seeks to engage young people in East Harlem in designing and launching community campaigns that reduce the appeal of unhealthy food (defined here as processed foods high in … [Read More...]

East Harlem

Children in Lenox Hill Neighborhood Hood House’s Early Childhood Center enjoying a Healthy Foods and Wellness presentation.

Community Partner Spotlight- Lenox Hill Neighborhood House>>

Community Partner Spotlight- Lenox Hill Neighborhood House Lenox Hill Neighborhood House is a 121-year-old settlement house widely recognized as one of New York’s premier human services providers. Founded in 1894 as a kindergarten for immigrant children, the Neighborhood House now serves 20,000 … [Read More...]

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