Justice in my Mug?

One of the pillars of food security and key objects of our food network is just wages and working conditions for everyone involved in the process of planting seeds to consumption. Tea and coffee, two constant companions to many of us in Vancouver, are often produced in unfair, unjust, and unacceptable working conditions. We canContinue reading “Justice in my Mug?”

Menu Planning for Charitable Food Programs

Last week, we gathered people from different food programs in Metro Vancouver to discuss some of the challenges and basic principles of menu planning for charitable food programs. We started by articulating that our goal was to explore how the meals we provide to the vulnerable members of our community contribute to our collective flourishing.Continue reading “Menu Planning for Charitable Food Programs”