The food system is an important part of the economy; food manufacturing can provide much needed low- and moderate-skill jobs; local food production, preparation, and distribution offer entrepreneurial opportunities; and agricultural products are among the nation's strongest and largest exports. This publication analyzes Camden's current food economy and makes a number of recommendations to improve food access and increase economic opportunities for Camden City residents through food-related economic development. The strategy combines current innovative projects with recommendations for future investments, programs, and policies. It is structured around four broad groups of implementers: Institutions, Government, Community Organizations, and Economic Development Organizations.
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Title: Cultivating Camden: The City's Food Economy Strategy
Publication date 2015-12-22
Publication Year 2015
Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
North America / United States (Northeastern) / New Jersey / Camden County / Camden
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