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San Francisco Food Security Task Force

The San Francisco Food Security Task Force was established in 2005 by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and charged with the responsibility of creating a city-wide plan for addressing food security.  The group tracks vital data regarding hunger and food security in San Francisco, including the utilization and demand for: federal food programs, community based organizations’ meal programs and programs targeting particular populations such as seniors and children.  The FSTF educates the public about city budgets and the role of food security in public health and community development.  Current members of the FSTF include community based organizations and government agencies addressing hunger in San Francisco.