Chicago: Eat Local, Live Healthy is a City of Chicago strategy to coordinate aspects of the local and regional food industry in ways that enhance public health and create food-related business opportunities. The strategy identifies food issues that, if restructured locally, could improve food quality, lower its cost and increase its availability for consumers. It also presents examples of public- and private-sector cooperation that could provide new employment and sustainable development opportunities.
Chicago: Eat Local, Live Healthy
Kathleen E. Dickhut, Sandi Morris, Jill Riddell and Peter Strazzabosco
Chicago, Illinois: City of Chicago Department of Planning and Development
November 01, 2006
Reports and Guides
Local / Regional Food Systems, Planning for Agriculture and Food Systems