Good Food Guidelines

This Good Food Guidelines Handbook is structured as a flexible toolkit for project coordinators to use while planning and implementing healthy food and beverage policy, systems, and/or environmental (PSE) improvements with a community partner at a particular site. These are considered long term formal changes at the community partner’s site.

Healthy Northland and PartnerSHIP 4 Health were both awarded a Good Food Guidelines (GFG) pilot project grant through MDH in 2019 to “pilot a community-based approach to food guideline implementation.” This handbook details the learning process and reflections of those who participated in the pilot project.

The Good Food Guidelines Handbook was developed with support from the State Physical Activity and Nutrition (SPAN) Program through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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