In order to update your listing in the Food Policy Directory, you will first need to be registered as an official contact by claiming your listing. Successful claimants will be given a unique access key that allows edits to the organization’s entry in the database.
Please follow these instructions to update your entry if you have already been registered as the listing owner for your organization.
One of our stall will be in touch and we’ll register you as the listing owner once you’ve completed our verification checks. Listing owners will be able to edit their listing in the Food Policy Directory using the email address registered as the Email Contact and a unique access key.
Your access key is a unique set of characters that, in combination with the email address registered as the Email Contact, allows you to edit your listing entry. It will be given to you by one of our staff after you’ve completed our verification checks. The access key will only work for your organization and you can’t use it to edit other listings.
Keep your access key safe and treat it like a password. Make sure you only give it to members of your organization who are authorized to update your listing details.
If you no longer have your access key, you can request it to be re-sent to the registered email contact by clicking the button below. Please contact us to find out who is registered as your organization’s Email Contact.
Follow these steps to update your listing in the Food Policy Directory.
Browse to the Organization Directory Search Form, fill out the Organization Name field and click SEARCH. If your organization has an entry in our directory, it will appear below the search form. Please email us at [email protected] if your organization is not listed and we’ll be happy to add it to our directory.
Click the EDIT button under the listing title.
Enter your registered e-mail address and access key, then click USE ACCESS KEY.
Note: You do not need a login account. Please use the Access Key option on the right.
Make your changes and click COMPLETE LISTING. You should then see the submission confirmation page. At a minimum, you need to enter the required fields marked with an asterisk and check the reCAPTCHA to protect against spam submissions.
We reserve the right to manually verify changes to the directory from time to time. You may not see the update immediately.
The Center created its food policy directory for all New York City food-related community organizations, academics and policy makers. Prior to the creation of our directory, a centralized food policy and practice directory was lacking in New York City, making it difficult for food policy and practice organizations to connect and form meaningful partnerships and to connect to their communities. The goal of the directory is to engage and connect food policy-related organizations with one another and with their community.
Please email [email protected].
If you no longer have your access key, you can request it to be re-sent to the registered Email Contact.
Please email us to find out who is registered as your organization’s Email Contact.
The Hunter College New York City Food Policy Center develops intersectoral, innovative and evidence-based solutions to prevent diet-related diseases and promoting food security in New York City and other urban centers. The Center works with policy makers, community organizations, advocates and the public to create healthier, more sustainable food environments and to use food to promote community and economic development. Through interdisciplinary research, policy analysis, evaluation and education, we leverage the expertise and passion of the students, faculty and staff of Hunter College. The Center aims to make New York City a model for smart, fair food policy.