Go to www.mnfoodcharter.com for a copy of the Food Charter and some great ways to share it with your friends and colleagues. There are easy-to-use resources that can help you host meetings, implement recommendations, and make change.
Join with others to implement Food Charter strategies. You and your friends or colleagues can work on Food Charter strategies that matter most to you. Share your plans with others across the state, by clicking “Act” at www.mnfoodcharter.com. You can learn what others are working on too!
Stay informed about the Food Charter. “Like” the Minnesota Food Charter Facebook page, follow the Food Charter on Twitter, and sign up for the Food Charter e-newsletter at www.mnfoodcharter.com.
Many Minnesotans want to leave a legacy of health and prosperity for future generations. The Minnesota Food Charter makes health a priority across all policies and systems—from farm to fork. Together, we can ensure all Minnesotans are healthy and prosperous, now and tomorrow.