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Greater Dandenong Regional Food Strategy 2014

01 September 2014

The City of Greater Dandenong Regional Food Strategy 2014 outlines the opportunities and forward directions to maximise the economic and community impact for the food system in Greater Dandenong. 

The strategy is supported by a Context Report which contains the data collection and analysis which fed into the Strategy. 

A local food strategy can advance the policy and practice of the local and regional food system development and expand both the opportunity for food processors, retailers (and subsequently their supply chains) and the affordability and access to healthy food for the local community.

From an economic perspective the existing and future expected employment generated by the food sector within the City of Greater Dandenong is significant. Furthermore, many food processing and food manufacturing businesses have cited strategic considerations for locating within the City of Greater Dandenong and proximity to both Gippsland and metro Melbourne, and close to publicly funded research infrastructure. Added to this, the strategic initiatives set out within Plan Melbourne are significant and beneficial for the city of Greater Dandenong, and if harnessed effectively could contribute substantially to the local food economy into the future.

View Greater Dandenong Regional Food Strategy 2014

View Food Strategy Context Report

Draft documents are also available to view at Council libraries and customer service centres.

How can I contribute?

Submissions close on Tuesday 30 September

If you would like to make a submission regarding this strategy, comments will be accepted in writing to:
Ms Shalee Cameron
Economic Development Unit
City of Greater Dandenong
PO Box 200, Dandenong, 3175

Or via email to:

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