Massachusetts Food Policy Council Enabling Statute
The purposes of the Massachusetts Food Policy Council are to: (1) increase production, sales and consumption of Massachusetts-grown foods; (2) develop and promote programs that bring healthy Massachusetts-grown foods to Massachusetts residents; (3) protect the land and water resources needed for sustained local food production; and (4) train, retain and recruit farmers and to provide for the continued economic viability of local food production, processing and distribution in the commonwealth.
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Authority Type
Statutes and Ordinances
Level of Government
Law Type
State Laws
Agricultural Economic Development, Food Policy Councils, Local / Regional Food Systems
Mass. Gen. Laws. ch. 20, § 6C (2013).

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