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North Shore Food Asset Map

The North Shore Community Food Asset Map lists up to 362 organizations and locations across the North Shore offering services and goods such as low-cost meals, subsidized groceries, community gardens and education, food assistance programs, school breakfast programs, grocery retail stores, and more. The map is part of an effort (North Shore Community Food Charter) to connect people with existing food resources in the community as well as highlight gaps in local food security. Additions will be made to the map as new sources become available over time.

The food asset map contributes to the implementation of the North Shore Community Food Charter, to which the City is a signatory, aiming to create a more integrated food system across this sub-region. The map was spearheaded by the local Table Matters Network with support from Vancouver Coastal Health and other Food Charter signatories.



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