San Diego Food System Alliance 10-year strategic plan

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The San Diego Food System Alliance has launched a major new initiative to plan for the future of food in San Diego County.

Food Vision 2030 is a 10-year strategic plan for moving the region toward a healthier, more sustainable and more just food system.

“We launched Food Vision 2030 with the understanding that the time to reimagine our food system is now,” said Elly Brown, Executive Director of the San Diego Food System Alliance. “There is no question that our current path is unsustainable and transformations must take root at the community level.”

“Food Vision 2030 is San Diego County’s response to the increasing impacts of climate change and the deep inequities affecting the health of our food system,” says Brown. “San Diego County is at a turning point. We can either continue to be part of the problem, or take steps toward being part of the solution.”

For more information on the San Diego Food System Alliance and to get involved in Food Vision 2030, visit

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