Farm Direct Incentives Guide

The Economic Contributions of Expanding Healthy Food Incentives

This report from SPUR and Fair Food Network will benefit any market trying to make the case for farm direct nutrition incentives in the context of their local economy, or discuss the benefits of local and regional sourcing with a potential partner. It shows that money spent through incentives creates a significant multiplier effect for local businesses and communities, and that effect is nearly double whenincentives are used to purchase locally grown fruits and vegetables. The full report details all of SPUR and FFN’s findings, and ten individual reports look at the multiplier effects in the states that the organizations worked with to obtain their data.
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