Stand with the 47 million: A social movement against hunger

Recent cuts to SNAP (formerly known as food stamps) have impacted 47 million Americans who struggle to put food on the table.

These are people you see everyday. For 47 milion of our friends, families and neighbors, hunger is now more of a reality than ever before.

Congress is considering more cuts that will push America over the Hunger Cliff.

YOU can take action and Stand with the 47 Million.


Food Policy for Breakfast: Beyond Bloomberg: What is the Role for Food Policy Advocacy in the Next Mayoral Administration?




The NYC Food Policy Institute at Hunter College invites you to our final Food Policy for Breakfast Seminar of the Fall 2013 semester.



Attend or Host a Viewing Party for TEDxManhattan: Changing the Way We Eat

On March 1, 2014, Change Food will be the lead sponsor for the 4th annual TEDxManhattan, "Changing the Way We Eat," a full-day event featuring a dynamic and diverse group of speakers addressing issues in the sustainable food and farming movement.



Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the creation of the New York State Anti-Hunger Task Force, which will bring together experts, advocates and state and local officials to develop and implement action-focused recommendations to combat hunger and improve access to locally grown and produced fresh foods.

Help Save Tamarack Hollow Farm

Help Save Tamarack Hollow Farm
Tamarack Hollow Farm, providing pasture raised meats and certified organic produce at the Union Square Greenmarket, is a sustainable, draft horse and ox powered farm. Learn more here and here!

Volunteer & Sponsorship Opportunities with FSNYC

Food Systems Network NYC is recruiting volunteers to help us develop relationships with sponsors for our upcoming events, the annual NYChiliFest and the annual Food Almanac!


Get involved in the Second Annual International Food Workers Week

Food Chain Workers Alliance has launched the Second Annual International Food Workers Week!


International Food Workers Week (IFWW) is this week, November 24-30, 2013! IFWW brings awareness to the issues facing food workers, supports their organizing efforts for fair, sustainable jobs and promotes solidarity among workers all across the food chain.  In the U.S. alone, nearly 20 million men and women grow, harvest, produce and serve the food that we eat each day. Yet the majority of workers earn poverty wages and work without healthcare and other benefits. That’s why workers across the food system are joining in solidarity to change our food system to one that is just and fair for all!


This Thanksgiving week, FCWA urges you to learn, reflect and take action to support food workers and make our food system one we can be proud of!

Food Chain Workers Alliance (FCWA) has put together some ways you can support food workers during IFWW:

GMO Free NY announces Genetically Engineered Food Labeling Campaign

GMO Free NY has allied with Food & Water Watch, NOFA-NY, Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter, Natural Resources Defense Council, NYPIRG, Catskill Mountainkeeper, Fire Dog Lake, Good Boy Organics, Green Party of New York, and Brooklyn Food Coalition to form the NY GE Food Labeling Campaign. Together the campaign advocates for the passage of A.3525

12/5 MOFAD Roundtable: NYC Soda Regulation


















12/1 Sunday Pie Pop-Up at Jimmy's 43 to benefit FSNYC

Event: Pie Tasting Pop-Up at Jimmy's No. 43 to benefit FSNYC

Date: Sunday, December 1, 2013, 1-4 pm

Location: Jimmy's No. 43, 43 E. 7th St. between 2nd and 3rd Ave, NYC

Tickets: $10 donation at door