Peterborough’s Food Charter Nourishing Community: Dietitian –

We can’t strengthen our food system alone’

From filling schoolchildren’s bellies with Ontario-grown food to providing food-purchasing dollars for those facing financial struggles, Peterborough continues to put an emphasis on local food issues.

Those are but two examples of why the formation of the Peterborough Food Charter and follow-up food security and sustainability activities are so important, says Lauren Kennedy, a dietitian with the Peterborough Public Health Board of Health.

The commitment to what the charter promises — access to nutritious, affordable food, food security and the ushering of community food policy in a positive direction — excites Lauren. She shares her thoughts with Electric City Magazine about the importance of the Peterborough Food Charter.

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