What is the Good Food Agenda?

The Good Food Agenda is an omnibus platform for systemic statewide action to improve the food system in Washington State. There are four core focus areas of the Agenda: Food Justice, Food Equity, Public Health, and Environmental Protection and Sustainability.

Together we believe that these four focus areas encompass a whole systems approach to food that is better for everyone, serving the people and the planet. For each core focus area we have chosen a specific measure and action. More information on our Actions is listed below. With the help of you, our members, we can improve the health, equity, justice, and environmental sustainability of the food system here in Washington.


Food Justice

Demands the recognition of respect, equal opportunities, and fair treatment for all those who are part of our food system, in which a diversity of cultures is both appreciated and supported.


Food Equity

Advocates for the rights of all people to access healthy and culturally appropriate food, and for the elimination of food insecurity and hunger.


Environmental Sustainability

Fosters a sustainable, resilient environment in which our land, soil, air, water, and biodiversity are conserved, protected, and restored, and through which our food and nutrition needs are met without compromising future generations.


Public Health

Promotes the health of all farmers, workers, and consumers by addressing the health impacts of food production, processing, packaging, labeling, distribution, marketing, consumption, and disposal.