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Food and Justice Action Collaborative

The Food and Justice Action Collaborative (FJAC) at Saint Louis University is an interprofessional collaboration between academic, industry and community that revolves around research, engagement and interventions to improve the community food ecosystem.

The Saint Louis University Food and Justice Action Collaborative.

The FJAC is organized to bring together faculty and student resources with institutional, business and community assets to identify and focus on critical change issues in the food ecosystem and supply chain. It serves as a research, support and innovation hub for local, regional and national initiatives that strive to improve the health and welfare of individuals. 

The FJAC contributes to systemic change and sustainability in the community food ecosystem. The FJAC is a research and innovation center for food industry service, training, wellness and nutrition programming; enabling people with barriers to gain the knowledge and skills that lead to healthy and productive lives. 

Food and Justice Fellow

Linda PhamLinda Pham
Allied Health Building Room 3073


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