Exploring New Frontiers for Healthy Food Access
A look at how public institutions can contribute to a more sustainable, equitable food system
Strengthening Healthy Food Access Throughout Colorado
Introducing Double Up Food Bucks Colorado, a new program led by LiveWell Colorado, which helps provide fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables for low income families across the state. If you’d like to learn more about this program, please visit doubleupcolorado.org
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We believe that real, sustainable change has to come from the ground up. That’s why our work focuses on local initiatives led by community members, elected officials, and grassroots organizers to address barriers to healthy living that communities identify themselves.Learn More
Children spend more than half of their waking hours on a school campus, and they consume up to 50 percent of their calories there. That’s why LiveWell seeks to ensure that all Colorado kids get great tasting, nutritious meals and the physical activity they need to thrive in school.Learn More
Healthy change can be overwhelming. Discover some small steps, challenges, and strategies for success for you and your family to take on together. Plus find inspiration from the LiveWell blog, browse our healthy recipe center, and get involved to be part of the solution.Learn More
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By the Numbers
of communities in Colorado lack access to healthy food retail options.
1 of 2
Colorado adults is overweight or obese.
students have access to healthier school lunches, thanks to LiveWell’s School Food Initiative.
of the municipalities joining the HEAL Cities & Towns Campaign have poverty rates above the state average.
was invested by LiveWell Colorado in 2014 in 17 communities.
1 in 4
kids in Colorado is overweight or obese.
gut checks have been performed.
school districts have been served by LiveWell’s School Food Initiative.
For every dollar spent by employers in workplace wellness programs, there was an average savings of more than $3.
local public policies were revised or adopted by LiveWell Communities in 2014.