Economic Viability

Economic Viability

Innovation, adaptation to new conditions and creativity foster the economic viability of every link in the supply chain that takes food from the producer to the consumer.


Businesses in the new food system are committed to their community, and source and sell locally. As these businesses grow, some of their value accrues to the community that has supported them over time, creating a supply chain that creates economic viability for all those engaged in bringing the product to the end user.


Good Food Social Enterprise Lab

Fair Food Network is facilitating the Good Food Social Enterprise Lab, a hands-on learning opportunity for entrepreneurs interested in food-related social enterprises. The Lab is exploring resources and capacities necessary for successful revenue-generating enterprises related to healthy, green, fair, and affordable food systems.