The Mayor's Office of Food Justice works to improve the accessibility and affordability of healthy food in Boston.
We want everyone to have access to nutritious food. That food should be affordable, easy to find, and reflect the many cultures of our City.
Our goal is to create food-secure communities with vibrant and inclusive food cultures. We want to reflect the diversity of the residents of Boston.
1 City Hall Square
Room 804Boston, MA 02201
Office hoursMonday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Programs and initiativesPrograms
Good Food Purchasing Program
Directs the City's buying power towards quality food that delivers health to people, communities, and the planet.
Boston Double Up Food Bucks
Have EBT? Get more fresh fruits and veggies with Boston Double Up Food Bucks!
Boston Farmers Markets
With many locations across Boston, you can buy affordable, healthy, and fresh local produce at local farmers markets.
Boston Summer Eats provides nutritious breakfast and lunch at no cost to youth 18 and under. No ID or registration...
Food resources in Boston
Find food resources throughout the City and get support to apply for available benefits.
The BFAC brings community and stakeholder voices together.
Community fridges in Boston are a community-led effort.
SNAP online and free delivery through Daily Table
Fill out this form to request printed outreach material.
Donate or claim food for your community.
Learn more about food forests and where to find them in Boston
Find a pantry near you.
Text 'FOOD' to 617-579-8238.
Find the nearest Healthy Incentives Program (HIP) vendor near you.
Resources available in the Blue Hill corridor, Roslindale, and Hyde Park.
Find food resources available in Allston and Brighton.
Food access outreach materials (feel free to print or distribute them)
Get support in different languages to apply for SNAP.
Documents and dataDocuments and data
The Mayor’s Office of Food Access believes that food is a right, not a privilege.
Overview of recommendations received from community members and community organizations during listening sessions in held in...
Data presented from the Boston Food Access Assessment conducted by the Boston Mayor's Office of Food Access, 2019
A visual representation of different organizations role in the food access network in Boston.
Work with us
Interested in working with to make healthy food more accessible and affordable in the City of Boston? Check out our current open positions.