Food Indicators 2018
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#GoalIndicatorsData From 2011 ReportData SourceGuiding Questions
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11.1# of San Diego producers who use a San Diego Grown label% of local produce exported % of produce consumed locally that is importedGrower/Producer Licensees with San Diego Grown 365: 63 (’15)San Diego Grown 365 listHow many producers have signed a grower/producer license with San Diego Grown 365? What % of local produce is exported? What % of produce consumed is imported?
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21.1# of farmers markets and fishermen’s markets # of certified food producers
# community food producers
Farmers Markets: 41 (’16)
AWMHow many farmers markets are there in the county?
How many certified producers are there in the county?
How many community food producers are there in the county?
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31.1# 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

UCCE?
How many farms have direct sales?
What percentage of total sales are direct sales?
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41.1# of CSAs13 (’15)SD Farm BureauHow many CSAs are there in the county?
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51.1# of school gardens14 (’10)School districts? Office of ED?CHIP report How many school gardens are there in the county?
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61.1# of schools participating in a Garden-to-Café program # of cottage food producersDEHHow many schools are participating in a Garden-to-Café program in the county?
How many cottage food producers are there in the county?
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81.2Obesity and overweight in school age childrenFitnessgram for grades: 5th, 7th, & 9th

COI have more data?
What percentage of children are obese and overweight in the county?
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91.2% of type II diabetes diagnoses, ages 18 or older
% of hypertension
% of cardiovascular disease
6.9% (’12)CHISWhat percentage of adults, age 18 or older, have type II diabetes?
What percentage of adults, age 18 or older, have hypertension?
What percentage of adults, age 18 or older, have cardiovascular disease?
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101.2Food choice; fruit and vegetable2 or more vegetables; 2 or more fruits: CHISWhat percentage of the population in San Diego county consume 2 or more vegetables or 2 or more fruits a day?
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111.2Consumption of sugary drinks% of youth consuming 2 or more sugary drinks: 12.6% (’07)CHISWhat percentage of youth consume 2 or more sugary drinks a day?
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121.2# of farm to school programs15 of 24 districts in San Diego CountyCHIPHow many farm-to-school programs are there in the county?
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131.2Amount of fresh produce distributed by food banks Total lbs/year: 7.5 mlbs (’09)Feeding America, Food Bank, NC Food BankHow many pounds of produce are distributed by food banks each year?
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141.2Obesity/BMISan Diego County, 20+: 34.4% overweight
22.1% obese (’09)
BMI:
CHISWhat is the percentage of overweight and obese in the county?
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151.2# meals eaten at restaurantsHHSA?How many meals do individuals in San Diego county eat at restaurants?
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161.2Ratio of healthy /unhealthy food consumedHHSAWhat is the ratio in San Diego county of healthy to unhealthy food consumed?
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171.2How much fresh produce is availableWholesaleHow much fresh produce is available for purchase in the county?
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181.3Level of food security% of food insecure: 30.7% (’07)CHIS
Hunger Free SD?
What percentage of people in the county are food insecure?
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191.3# of farmers’ markets accept EBT for redemption of public benefits e.g., CalFresh & WIC
# of markets accept WIC
# of markets accept Senior Farmers’ Market checks
# of Market Match programs
# of markets accept EBT: 16 (’16)
Edible San Diego for farmers markets County HHSA for EBT and WIC data?How many farmers’ markets accept EBT in the county?
How many farmers’ markets accept WIC in the county?
How many farmers’ markets accept Seniors Farmers’ Market checks in the county?
How many farmers’ markets operate a market match program in the county?
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201.3Community Food Production# of community gardens# of cottage food producers27 (’10)San Diego Master Gardeners AssociationHow many community gardens are there in the county?
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211.3Federal nutrition programs
# authorized EBT vendors
# authorized RMP vendors
SD Hunger Coalition and HHSAHow many authorized EBT vendors are there in the county?
How many authorized RMP vendors are there in the county?
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221.3WIC access
# authorized WIC vendors
WIC and HHSAHow many authorized WIC vendors are there in the county?
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231.3Participation rates% of eligible population on CalFresh% of eligible population on WIC State ratesWhat percentage of eligible populations are currently participating in CalFresh?
What percentage of eligible populations are currently participating in WIC?
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241.3# and location of commercial kitchens for rent/freeDEHHow many commercial kitchens are available for free or to rent?
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251.3# of vacant parcels with potential for urban ag use (AB551- currently adopted jurisdictions and eligible, city-owned parcels, county-owned parcels)GIS (SANGIS for private land/ County GIS for public land) How many vacant parcels eligible for AB 551 are there in the county? How many city and county parcels have potential for urban ag use?
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261.3Healthy Retail
# of markets participating in the LWCMP
HHSAHow many markets are participating in the LWCMP in the county?
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271.3Status of food deserts/food swampsmRFEI How many neighborhoods in the county are food deserts?
How many neighborhoods in the county are food swamps?
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281.3Affordability and Education
% and $ of income for food budget
Bureau of Labor StatisticsWhat is the average amount of money people in the county have to spend on food?
What percentage of their income do San Diegans spend on food?
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291.3Income inequalityAmerican Community SurveyWhat does income inequality look like in the county?
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301.3Education inequalityWhat does education inequality look like in the county?
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311.3Nutrition EducationNutrition education need in San Diego County (exact indicator TBD)
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321.3# of SNAP-Ed eligible target audience reached through - direct nutrition education - indirect nutrition education
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331.4% of women who breastfeed, including any breastfeeding and exclusive breastfeeding% who breastfeed: 92% (’08)
% who exclusively breastfeed at 2 months:
40% (’06)
CDPHWhat percentage of women in the county breastfeed?
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341.4Child’s age when stopped breastfeedingMore than 18 months: 11.3% (’05)
Between 9-18 months: 34.9% (’05)
CHISWhat percentage of children stop breastfeeding after 18 months?
What percentage of children stop breastfeeding between 9-18 months?
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351.4# and % of baby-friendly hospitalsWhat number of baby-friendly hospitals are in the county?
What percentage of hospitals in the county are baby-friendly?
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