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BANPAC Food Access/Food Security Forum Resources

California to end food stamp fingerprinting: Reuters, October 7, 2011 - posted 11.23.11
BANPAC Food Security Committee 2010 Farmers’ Market Brochures - updated 4.14.11
Food Insecurity and Risk for Obesity Among Children and Families: Is There a Relationship? - posted 12.02.10
Increasing Consumption of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Among US Adults: 1988-1994 to 1999-2004 - posted 12.02.10
Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxes and Public Health - posted 12.02.10
USDA Farmers' Market Guide | Published June 2010 - posted 8.9.10
Steps to a Healthier Santa Clara County - posted 6.23.10
Steps to a Healthier Santa Clara County is producing the first of BANPAC’s guides to local farmers market that accept EBT in collaboration with members of BANPAC’s Food Security Committee.  Steps will provide a re-usable template for other counties to create a local resource.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - posted 6.23.10
This summer, when Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients spend $10 of their EBT food benefits at the Divisadero, Fillmore, or Alemany Farmers’ Markets in SF, they will receive an additional $5 for free!  For more information, contact Sarah Nelson: 800.949.FARM, or 415.647.9423.
The Inextricable Between Food Insecurity and Diabetes - posted 6.23.10
The inextricable between food insecurity and diabetes resource available.
San Francisco Food Security Task Force > Increased Hunger: A Summary of Food Program Trends Comparing the First Federal Fiscal Quarter of 2007 and 2008 - posted 3.12.09
BANPAC Food Security Workshop Minutes, 9.19.08
Income Eligibility and Reimbursement for Child Nutrition Programs - posted 7.17.08
CA Farmers’ Markets Accepting EBT Cards with Scrip and a Central Wireless Device, Jan. 2008 - posted 4.24.08

Below are notes and articles from the Food Access/Food Security Forum.

Morning session notes
Participant list - posted 4.25.08
BARNN PowerPoint
Household Food Access/Food Security in the United States, 2005
Food Stamp Office Resource Kit Flier
The Availability and Cost of Healthier Food Items
Workshop notes:
BANPAC Food Security Committee Minutes, 6.08.10
BANPAC Food Security Committee Minutes, 4.28.10
BANPAC Food Security Committee Minutes - Teleconference, 1.13.10
BANPAC Food Security Committee Minutes, 10.22.09
BANPAC Food Security Committee Minutes, 9.16.09
BANPAC Food Security Committee Minutes, 5.27.09
BANPAC Food Security Workgroup Minutes, 11.21.08
BANPAC Food Security Workgroup Minutes, 9.19.08
BANPAC Food Security Workgroup Minutes, 7.11.08
BANPAC Food Security Workgroup Minutes, 4.18.08
BANPAC Food System & Food Security Taskforce Meeting, 3.12.08
BANPAC Food Systems & Food Security Taskforce Meeting, 2.22.08
Community Participation in Food Systems Projects
Creating local food policy
Sustainable Food Systems and Public Health
Tools for food banks and food stamp advocates

BANPAC Food Security Committee 2010 Farmers’ Market Brochures < updated 5.02.11
BANPAC’s Food Security Committee is focused on identifying and promoting the availability of farmers markets that accept EBT. In collaboration with Steps to a Healthier Santa Clara County, BANPAC developed a farmers market brochure template for use by counties.  For a copy of the template, email Susan Karlins, MPH.

You may download brochures about Farmers Markets that Accept EBT and WIC:

Alameda County
Contra Costa County (in development by Contra Costa Food Bank)
Marin County
San Mateo County
Santa Clara County
San Francisco County
Questions?
Contact Susan Karlins, MPH for more information.

 

 
 

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