Transforming New England's
Food System Together
Food Solutions New England (FSNE) is a regional, collaborative network organized around a single goal: to transform the New England food system into a resilient driver of racial equity and food justice, health, sustainable farming and fishing, and thriving communities.
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Even in locally conscious Vermont, we are far too reliant on food grown and distributed outside of our region and decisions made outside of our control. This creates vulnerabilities for Vermont’s food system—how food is produced and distributed and all of the related components such as labor costs, farm viability, energy, financing, education, consumer demand, and food access. Vermont’s Farm to
UMass Dining Earns “Best Campus Food” Honors in the 2015 Edition of The Princeton Review Get a taste of their award-winning food by attending the Farm to Institution Summit UMass Dining hosted a gathering for six colleges who were awarded the presitigious accalade as Best Campus Food from the Princeton Review. Ken Toong, executive director of UMass Auxiliary Enterprises, and part of the Lunchtime
Sometimes a single sentence says so much. Unpacking it takes up space and does not add an iota to the meaning that is already there. Here is one such sentence, a quote from “The Financial Page” of the February 9, 2015, New Yorker : “It’s hard for people to be fully engaged with customers when they’re worrying about how to food put food on the table.” The person being quoted is Mark Bertolini, CEO