Food Access



Far South CDC’s Food Network’s goal is to bring quality and healthy food to low-access neighborhoods throughout Chicago’s far south side and south suburbs.

We are a regional food network serving a 9-neighborhood area of Chicago’s far south side. The Food Network provides education programs to increase community awareness of hunger and teach about good nutrition. The Food Network also is the parent company of the Greater Roseland/West Pullman Food Network (GRWP) and host an annual 12-week farmers market.

To access the programs for the Food Network, please click on the links below:

Aggregation & Distribution Center Project

Greater Roseland/West Pullman Food Network

Halsted Neighborhood MarketPlace

To learn more or share Far South CDC’s Food Network information with a group, request a speaker for your next meeting or event. If you represent a nonprofit organization, learn more about becoming a network agency by contacting the Food Network at (773) 941-4833.