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NEW ORLEANS and LOUISIANA Food Organizations

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Food-org-2From Food Banks to Soup Kitchens, from Seafood Associations to Collective Gardening, there’s an organization to enlighten and inform. There’s food cooperatives so you can get foods from local farms and eat locally and seasonally. You can also learn about the history of New Orleans food. There are over 4,000 restaurant members in the Restaurant Association. The Louisiana Marketing Board is where you can find recipes, seafood seasons and seafood safety. So whether you are interested in a vintage garden or a vintage wine, here’s where you will find what you need to know!

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1718 New Orleans 2018 - A 1718 tricentennial blog featuring the foodie adventures of Frere Gerard as well as the joys and trials of writing history in the digital age. If you are interested in New Orleans history or the history of New Orleans food you will enjoy reading this unique adventure into New Orleans past to present.

Acadiana Food Circle - Lafayette - The Acadiana Food Circle is a collective of passionate minds who adore eating locally and seasonally. Our non-profit status is pending and we are well on our way to being a huge part of Lafayette's growing locavore movement.

Feeding America - U.S. hunger-relief organization that distributes food to millions of hungry Americans through a network of food banks and food-rescue organizations.

Food Bank of Central Louisiana - The Food Bank of Central Louisiana is prepared to provide relief supplies locally throughout Central Louisiana. During and after a disaster, the Food Bank is responsible for solicitation, handling, storage and distribution of products to an established network of member agencies in Central Louisiana.

Foodbank of Northeast Louisiana - Monroe - Our food bank receives food from throughout the nation, warehouses that food, distributes the food to charitable social agencies throughout the twelve parishes of Northeast Louisiana, and those agencies feed the needy. We distribute over 3,000,000 pounds of food annually through approximately 90 charitable agencies throughout Northeast Louisiana.

Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana - Shreveport - The Food Bank's vision is to ultimately end hunger in Northwest Louisiana by ensuring consolidated network of effective food collection and distribution which will provide universal access to food for the needy in our communities.

Food for Life - Food for Life providing vegetarian food relief to the needy, homeless and disaster victims in the New Orleans and Gulf Coast Region since 1969. Donate to Katrina victims and volunteers in the 9th ward, Treme and Coastal damaged regions.

Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank - Baton Rouge - Every dollar donated to the Food Bank provides 10 meals to the hungry in our community. Our Mission is to service short-term, unmet food needs of individuals in the greater Baton Rouge area through existing or social service providers, churches/synagogues and other organizations.

Grow Dat Youth Farm - New Orleans - On our farm we work collaboratively to produce healthy food for local residents and to inspire youth and adults to create personal, social and environmental change in their own communities. Grow Dat is a place where people from different backgrounds and disciplines come together in research and practice to support public health, local economies and a sustainable food system in South Louisiana.

Healthy School Food Collaborative - New Orleans - The Healthy School Food Collaborative, an initiative of KIPP New Orleans and Propeller, is a Propeller-funded School Food Authority (SFA) serving a healthy breakfast, lunch, snack, and supper to 26 New Orleans charter schools. The KIPP SFA, Louisiana Public Health Institute (LPHI), and Propeller hold school vendors accountable to raised nutritional standards—no fried food, no canned fruit, no high-fructose corn syrup, and fresh fruits and vegetables daily.

Liberty's Kitchen - New Orleans - It has links to both our catering and cafe menus. Also our mission statement and list of staff members is included on our website. Liberty's Kitchen is an innovative, non-profit organization dedicated to transforming the lives of at-risk youth by building self-sufficiency and independent living in a supportive community where they learn life, social and employability skills in a culinary setting.

Local Harvest - New Orleans and Louisiana - The best organic food is what's grown closest to you. Use our website to find farmers' markets, family farms, and other sources of sustainably grown food in your area, where you can buy produce, grass-fed meats, and many other goodies.

Louisiana Food Bank Association (LFBA) - The purpose of the Association shall be to promote unity among member food banks in Louisiana in support of our common mission to feed the hungry.

Louisiana Restaurant Association - is one of the largest business organizations in the state representing more than 4,200 restaurant operations and related businesses.

Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board - was created In 1984 by the State of Louisiana to support Louisiana's commercial fisheries industry. The commodities board was mandated to strengthen and revitalize the Louisiana seafood industry, to identify threats and execute strategic plans to meet them head on and overcome them.  Here you can find recipes, seafood seasons and safety.

Mandeville Food Bank Home - Mandeville - The Samaritan Center is a vital partner in our community, providing a place for local people to volunteer and express their faith through service to those in need. Founded 20 years ago by a group of pastors and priests, the Samaritan Center is a centrally located Emergency Center and Food Bank.

New Orleans Food and Farm Network - New Orleans - The New Orleans Food & Farm Network believes everyone should have access to fresh, healthy, and sustainably produced food for the long-term health of our environment, economy, and communities. We work with individuals, organizations, growers and communities to help make fresh, healthy food more accessible to everyone.

New Orleans Food Policy Advisory Committee - New Orleans - FPAC was formed by the New Orleans City Council in 2007 to identify ways that our city and state officials can support equitable access to fresh, healthy food. The Committee includes a diverse group of leaders from the public, private, and civic sectors.

New Orleans Food Co-op - New Orleans - The New Orleans Food Cooperative is a consumer owned cooperative. A Member-Owner is more than a consumer! You own it! Member-Ownership is an investment in the cooperative system, local farms and businesses, and sustainable production methods.

New Orleans Wine and Food Experience - New Orleans - In 1991, a group of local wine and food professionals had a vision of creating a series of events to raise money for charity. The New Orleans Wine & Food Experience was born, and has now grown into one of the most prestigious festivals of its kind.

No Kid Hungry - New Orleans - The No Kid Hungry campaign united these efforts into a single partnership and created a plan with measurable goals to end childhood hunger in New Orleans. This city-wide effort is coordinated together with Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans & Acadiana, the Greater New Orleans Partnership for Youth Development, the City of New Orleans Health Department, and the Office of Mayor Mitch Landrieu.

NOLA Green Roots - New Orleans - NOLA Green Roots is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that facilitates garden training for hundreds of participants. By developing community gardens, we teach youth, low-income residents, and senior citizens how to grow fresh fruits and vegetables at a low cost. Our community gardens provide access to fresh produce and plants as well as lessons on satisfying labor needs, improving neighborhoods, building a sense of community, and connecting to the environment.

Second Harvest Food Bank - New Orleans - Currently, Second Harvest of Greater New Orleans and Acadiana is leading the fight against hunger in south Louisiana by working with other nonprofits and government agencies to meet the extraordinary needs of a region in recovery. It is evaluating its programs and strengthening those that will achieve a lasting impact on hunger for all the residents of the parishes it serves.

Southern Food & Beverage Museum - New Orleans - Celebrate the food culture of the South. The Southern Food and Beverage Museum is a nonprofit living history organization dedicated to the discovery, understanding and celebration of the food, drink, and culture of the world through the eyes of the South!

Spoons Across America - Spoons Across America partners with businesses, professional organizations, and volunteers – farmers, chefs, restaurateurs, and food professionals – across the country to coordinate and sponsor a range of programs for elementary and middle schools, including The Dinner Party Project, Market Basket Guides, the Spoons Food Miles Relay and Take A Taste with Spoons.

The Food Trust - New Orleans - The Food Trust strives to make healthy food available to all. Working with neighborhoods, schools, grocers, farmers and policymakers, we've developed a comprehensive approach that combines nutrition education and greater availability of affordable, healthy food.

Vintage Garden Kitchen - New Orleans - Get soup fresh from our kitchen delivered to your door! The Vintage Garden Kitchen prepares these wonderful soups daily from fresh and local meats and produce. Our Executive Chef, Leo Tandecki, makes sure that every soup is savory and delicious.

Wine Institute of New Orleans - New Orleans - Learn what to look for in quality wine, discover your flavor profile, this class will taste through 8 wines. Four reds and four whites, as we taste the wines we will discuss style, food pairings and what wines are similar.
 

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