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Community Food Production
# of community gardens with direct sales
AWM
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% of women who breastfeed, including any breastfeeding and exclusive breastfeeding
% who breastfeed: 92% (’08)
% who exclusively breastfeed at 2 months:
40% (’06)
CDPH
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Affordability
% and $ of income for food budget
HCI Food Affordability
HCI: HCI Indicator 757.0: Food affordability for female-headed household with children under 18 years
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# of farm to school programs15 of 24 districts in San Diego CountyCHIP
https://farmtoschoolcensus.fns.usda.gov/sites/default/files/asset/document/F2SC%20District%20Data_v%20web.xlsx
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% of type II diabetes diagnoses, ages 18 or older6.9% (’12)CHIS
AskCHISNe: Diabetes: Ever diagnosed with diabetes (18+)
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Food choice; fruit and vegetable2 or more vegetables; 2 or more fruits:CHIS
https://epi.grants.cancer.gov/chis/fvscreener/variables.html
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Consumption of sugary drinks
% of youth consuming 2 or more sugary drinks: 12.6% (’07)
CHIS
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Obesity/BMI
San Diego County, 20+: 34.4% overweight
22.1% obese (’09)
BMI:
CHIS
AskCHISNe: Obese/Overweight: Overweight for age (weight ≥ 95th percentile) (2-11)
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Level of food security% of food insecure: 30.7% (’07)CHIS
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Child’s age when stopped breastfeeding
More than 18 months: 11.3% (’05)
Between 9-18 months: 34.9% (’05)
CHIS
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# of farmers markets and # of certified vendorsFarmers Markets: 48 (’15)
Vendors: 179 (’09)
County AWM Crop Report and Civic Data dataset
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# of school sites participating in a Garden-to-Café program (for schools with free & reduced lunch programs)
DEH. Dept of Env Health
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# and location of commercial kitchens for rent/freeDEH
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Amount of produce distributed by food banksTotal lbs/year: 7.5 mlbs (’09)Feeding America, Food Bank, NC Food Bank
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Data from 5th, 7th, and 9thgraders for obesity and overweight
Fitnessgramhttp://main.data.civicknowledge.com/bundles/d04j002
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Obesity and overweight in school age childrenFitnessgram for grades: 5th, 7th, & 9thhttp://main.data.civicknowledge.com/bundles/d04j002
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Healthy food purchasing patternsHHSA
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Ratio of healthy/unhealthy food consumedHHSA
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# meals outside of the homeHHSA?
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Status of food deserts/food swampsRFEI
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# of San Diego producers who use a San Diego Grown label
Grower/Producer Licensees with San Diego Grown 365: 63 (’15)
San Diego Grown 365 listSee original
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# of community gardens27 (’10)San Diego Master Gardners
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# of CSAa13 (’15)SD Farm Bureau
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# of farmers’ markets accept EBT for redemption of public benefits eg. CalFresh & WIC
# of markets with EBT: 13 (’15)SD Farm Bureau
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Federal nutrition programs
EBT access—local/distribution points
SD Hunger Coalition and HHSAAsk Ariel
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Participation ratesSD Hunger Coalition and HHSA
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# of farms with direct sales and direct sales as % of total sales
# of Farms with Direct Sales: 695 (’07)
Direct Sales as % of Total Sales: 1.1% (’07)
USDA Census of Agriculture
http://www.agcensus.usda.gov/Publications/2012/Full_Report/Volume_1,_Chapter_2_County_Level/California/
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How much healthy food is availableWholesale
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WIC accessWIC and HHSASNAP use is avilable, byt at state level.
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# of school gardens14 (’10)
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Food Bank Distributions
Transportation, frequency, hours, lines, etc.
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# of vacant parcels (private parcels, city owned parcels, county owned parcels)
SANGIS, probably. Maybe USPS vacancies
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Sales by community food producers to farmers markets, CSAs, etc. ($ and volume)
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Food insecurity addressed by community food production—personal consumption
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Healthy Retail
#/% of markets offering healthy, affordable food choices in low-income neighborhoods
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# and % of baby-friendly hospitals
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Units of food and water available for emergency preparedness
# of water units: 98k (’10)
# of food units: 42 k (’10)
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Transportation partners for emergency preparedness
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