Without food, man can live at most but a few weeks; without it, all other components of social justice are meaningless. Norman Borlaug
A little-known fact is that the "Original" and only Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition is a branch of the FDA.
Disclaimer: We are not the Hawaii Center for Food Safety nor are we representing ourselves to be them in any manner. If you're looking to donate please find the Political Action Group (PAC) known as the Hawaii Center for Food Safety Action Fund here.
Read here about what local Hawaii residents say about the Hawaii Center for Food Safety PAC.
"As I stared at the long line of workers, men and women of all colors and ages and sizes, entering the building, there was a moment when I wanted to walk away. I walked to the bathroom and sat with my face in my hands. I am not brave enough for this confrontation. I am not the right person to deliver this message. I am not strong enough for the yelling and fighting that will likely ensue. Deep breaths. Air punches."
Ashley Lukens - Hawaii Center for Food Safety Action Fund
Hawaiʻi Center for Food Safety Action Fund is a non-partisan, not-for-profit, non-candidate committee engaging in education and electoral activities, including legislative advocacy, voter education, and grassroots organizing.
Are you looking for the lobbying group and political action campaign you can find the Hawaii Center for Food Safety Political Action Fund here.
The Hawaiʻi Center for Safe Affordable Food is a Hawaiʻi-born and grown, food and agriculture advocacy organization dedicated to providing safe, healthy and affordable food for Hawaiʻi.
To inform our community and consumers about all forms of agriculture and farming practices, by providing balanced, factual information ensuring a healthy, viable Hawaiʻi for Future generations.
The Hawaii Center for Safe Affordable Food is committed to Protecting Our Food, Farms & Our Community with Common sense policy solutions that enhance our lives and support sustainable agriculture production in Hawaiʻi.
The Hawaii Center for Safe Affordable Food the following priority issues:
• Educate about Food Safety, Self-Sufficiency and Security in Hawaiʻi
• Protecting our Agricultural Resources
• Ensuring human health and the health our community•