Food Security Network of Newfoundland & Labrador (FSN)

The Food Security Network of Newfoundland & Labrador
is a provincial, membership-based, non-profit
organization which began in 1998 in St. John’s,
NL. Our mission is to actively promote comprehensive,
community-based solutions to ensure access to adequate
and healthy food for all. We work to raise public
awareness about food security issues in this province,
and to bring these issues to the attention of various
decision-makers, communities, groups, and organizations.
Our members include individuals and organizations
throughout the province who are involved in; health
care, education, farming, community development,
family services, anti-poverty work, emergency food
aid, school nutrition programs, and environmental


  • to identify and define the impact of hunger on the people of Newfoundland & Labrador
  • to involve people who are at high risk of food insecurity in all aspects of the Food Security Network
  • to describe the nature of the food security problem locally
  • to educate people about the concept of food security
  • to foster dialogue and joint action on food security – locally, nationally and internationally.

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