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2012 Produce Perks Market Report

The Produce Perks Market Report provides a full scope of the program from May 2012 (2012 program launch) to May 2013. Several markets continue to participate in the program throughout the winter and distribute Produce Perks up until the end of April 2013. FPC looks forward to starting a new round of the Produce Perks program in the 2013 season starting, once again, in May.

Working Group(s): 
Health & Nutrition

2014 Produce Perks Snapshot Summary

Check out the 2014 Produce Perks Snapshot Summary with highlights from the season and exciting program updates!

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Nico Boyd at (216) 429-8200 ext. 212 or boyd [dot] 406 [at] osu [dot] edu.

Produce Perks 2013 Snapshot Summary

Strapped for time to read a full length report about the program? Check out this 2013 program snapshot.

Sustainable Foods Business Cluster Roadmap - Final Report

The City of Cleveland Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, Ohio State University Extension, and the Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Food Policy Coalition have developed a sustainable food cluster roadmap for Cuyahoga County, with a core objective to increase regional jobs, revenue, and sustainability by supporting local food and beverage businesses. ... Read more »

Working Group(s): 
Local Purchasing

A Recipe for Success: Developing a Sustainable Foods Business Roadmap for Cuyahoga County

The City of Cleveland Mayor's Office of Sustainability, Ohio State University Extension, and Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Food Policy Coalition have developed a sustainable foods business cluster roadmap for Cuyahoga County, with a core objective to increase regional jobs, revenue and sustainability by supporting local food and beverage businesses. This is an Executive Summary of the roadmaping process and the proposed interventions.

Working Group(s): 
Local Purchasing

Strapped for time to read a full-length report on the program? We've got some summarized impacts from 2013 in this Snapshot. 

Cleveland Corner Store Project Final Report

The Cleveland Corner Store Project was an initiative of the Case Western Reserve University Center for Health Promotion (now known as the Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods) in partnership with the Cleveland Department of Public Health's Steps to a Healthier Cleveland initiative. The 2009 sreport offers a summary of the partnerships, store profiles, challenges and successes of this pilot program.
Working Group(s): 
Health & Nutrition