Nutritious food drive donation suggestions: FBCNY Food Drive Nutritious Suggestions
Three PDFs provide tools for healthy food donations: a volunteer pull sheet, a food drive flyer, and healthy shelf signage
This is a checklist of healthy items that food banks can use to show the kinds of healthy foods they are seeking in donations
This guide provides standards for Cafeterias/Cafes and includes 20 guidelines that can help increase the availability of healthier food and beverage options in cafeterias.
This toolkit provides an overview of how stakeholders can advocate for and implement local food procurement policies in a manner that ensures the equitable improvement of local and regional food systems.
This fact sheet outlines key considerations for schools, including what to look for when soliciting a vendor, best practices to ensure a sound agreement, and ways for parents and other community members to get involved in the process.
This fact sheet outlines the key components of a food vending or procurement policy and identifies resources to help government and private organizations develop and implement these policies for their buildings.
This document provides a report and recommendations developed by the New York State Council on Food Policy workgroup for food procurement guidelines for New York State agencies. Guidelines refer to food purchased, provided, or made available, and requires that key nutrient levels either meet, or do not exceed, certain standards established as part of these guidelines.
The purpose of this guide is to help nutrition advocates and municipalities use the contracting process to achieve the following goals: (1) improve the nutritional quality of snacks and beverages sold on municipal property, (2) negotiate favorable terms and conditions, (3) develop strategic vendor relations, (4) increase process efficiencies, and (5) improve communication and customer service.
This guide explores different options for municipalities looking to develop a healthy vending policy to improve the food environment for people working for, visiting, and being served by local government agencies.