The Philadelphia Food Policy Advisory Council connects Philadelphians and their local government to create a more just food system. We envision that all Philadelphians can access and afford healthy, sustainable, culturally appropriate, local, and fair food.

 Join us! All FPAC subcommittee meetings, general meetings, and executive sessions are open to the public. Click the icons below to learn more about our subcommittees’ work and sign up for FPAC’s mailing list to receive our monthly newsletter and meeting reminders!

Are you interested in serving on FPAC as an appointed member? Fill out a nomination form


Next FPAC General Meeting – April 3

Date: Wednesday, April
Time: 3pm – 5pm
Location: PHS Town Hall, 100 N. 20th St
Agenda and Relevant Documents: TBA

Next FPAC Executive Session – May 1

Date: Wednesday, May 1
Time: 3pm – 5pm
Location: 1401 JFK Blvd, 16th Floor Innovation Lab
Agenda and Relevant Documents: TBA


FPAC Releases 2018 Year in Review

FPAC Annual Report Draft

Need a refresher on all the projects, resources, and events FPAC members have worked on this year? Check out the FPAC 2018 Year in Review! The Year in Review highlights monthly accomplishments from August 2017 to July 2018 in a photo calendar format. Members hosted an Urban Ag Open House and a Food Resources 101 for City Council, created sick leave posters, updated Philly Food Finder, and many more achievements.

Many thanks to our appointed members, attendees, and staff for another successful year!



Hosting an event? The 2018 Good Food Caterer Guide has got you covered!

In August, the Good Food Procurement subcommittee released the 2018 Good Food Caterer Guide. 16 more caterers were added to the list! See if your favorite caterer made the cut. 

Whether its for a working lunch or community event, use the guide to find some ‘good food’ for your guests! Want to help promote the guide? Share the printable booklet with your friends and officemates.

The Good Food Procurement Subcommittee developed the guide to help consumers find businesses offering food that meets at least two of the four ‘good food’ values: healthy, fair, sustainably-sourced, and locally-owned.

Reach out to fpac@phila.gov to learn more about adding businesses to this list.