EatSF is fixing the “dietary divide” and helping thousands of low-income individuals and families access nutritious food critical for well-being.
EatSF participants are increasing their daily fruit and vegetable intake by one serving – enough for immediate health impacts and more than 10% decrease risk of early death (Oyebode et al. Journal of Epidemiology Community Health, 2014).
Participants are also experiencing improvements in food security, with 28% reporting food budgets lasting at least one week longer each month.
Over $25,000 per month in vouchers is being spent on fruits and vegetables, directly benefitting local grocers and farmers’ markets.
Store owners are seeing increased monthly profits and new customers. They are restocking produce more often and experiencing less food waste.
100% of partnering community-based organizations see EatSF as a vital resource for their clients.
94% of clients see EatSF as important not just for them, but for their entire community.