Ogden Food Council
The Ogden Food Council is a volunteer body that aims to serve as a public forum for discussing food issues, foster coordination between different sectors of the food system, evaluate and influence policies, as well as support programs and services that address local needs. This includes identifying opportunities for:
Improving access to healthy, affordable, and culturally appropriate food for all Ogden residents
Strengthening Ogden’s food economy by supporting local farmers, food workers, and food entrepreneurs
The Council is made up of a diverse group of individuals who represent all sectors of the food system, including but not limited to production, processing, distribution, retail, consumption, access, and nutrition.