The 2021 Double Up Food Bucks Colorado Evaluation aimed to assess program operations and measure the impact of the program on stakeholders.
HFIF improves access to fresh Colorado grown fruits and vegetables for Colorado’s low-income populations through healthy eating incentive programs including Double Up Food Bucks and Colorado Nutrition Incentive Program (CNIP). Maintaining stable funding in Colorado’s general budget is critical to the success of these programs.
Colorado House Bill 23-1008 is intended to improve access to and lower prices for nutritious foods in low-income and underserved areas of Colorado while keeping economic activity in the local community.
CNIP focuses on creating permanent nutrition security for Coloradans experiencing economic instability through access to locally produced, fresh, and nutritious fruits and vegetables.
Help promote the Double Up program with this flyer highlighting more than 95 locations that accept the Colorado EBT card including farmers markets, farm stands and grocery stores across Colorado.
Topical monthly webinars on local food procurement, food service, farm to school, farm to early care education, and farm to institutions. Each session concludes with a chef provided culinary food demonstration.
Keep up with the Food Bill Action Team (FBTA), Colorado’s advocacy and engagement group for food policy. Listen in on the group’s twice monthly meetings.
Check out our library of webinars covering topics like immigrant rights & food, USDA federal food system grants, food system policies and more.
This webinar series covers Nourish Colorado’s law and policy roadmap for equitable food systems transformation.