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Toronto Food Policy Council (TFPC) publications are all classified as "works in progress". They are released as discussion papers to encourage future policy development, and, unless otherwise stated, do not reflect formal policy positions adopted by Toronto Public Health or the Board of Health.
|1.||A home-grown strategy for Ontario Agriculture - A new deal for farmers, a new relationship with consumers(PDF)
|2.||The way to a city's heart is through its stomach: putting food security on the urban planning menu. (PDF)
|3.||Food secure city - TFPC submission to the Toronto official plan. (PDF)
|4.||The Canadian regulatory process,for evaluating recombinant bovine growth hormone in the dairy industry: a critical review. (PDF)
|5.||Feeding the city from the back 40: a commercial food production plan for the city of Toronto. (PDF)
|6.||A wealth of food: a profile of Toronto's food economy. (PDF)
|7.||Making consumers sovereign: how to change food information systems so food shoppers are the informed consumers governments and businesses say they should be. (PDF)
|8.||Cutting out the fat: food and agriculture policies, programs, regulations and pricing mechanisms that promote the production and distribution of fat in our food system. (PDF)
|9.||Recombinant bovine growth hormone. (PDF)
|10.||Is food the next public health challenge? (PDF)
|11.||Food retail structure and food security. (PDF)
|12.||Reducing urban hunger in Ontario: policy responses to support the transition from food charity to local food security (PDF)
|13.||Stories of Micro Food Enterprises and Implications for Economic Development. (PDF)
|14.||Health, wealth and the environment: the impacts of the CUSTA, GATT and NAFTA on Canadian food security. (PDF)