Food Innovation Center

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FIC Food Mapping Project Featured in Columbus Monthly

The food mapping project, led by FIC member Dr. Michelle Kaiser, was recently featured in Columbus Monthly. Coordinated by Ohio State faculty members, students and community partners—including the Columbus Public Health Department, Franklinton Gardens, Learn4Life Columbus, Local Matters and the Mid-Ohio Foodbank—and funded by the university’s Food Innovation Center, the project aims to combine existing secondary data with the nearly 700 survey responses to examine food security (whether people have consistent access to sufficient and safe food), production and affordability in neighborhoods in the High Street corridor with varying income levels. Read the rest of the article here.

 

Learn more about the food mapping project here.