What Is

all in eats?

The Circular Food Economy of Alameda County

Visionary Alameda County Leadership

Wilma Chan

Wilma Chan

Alameda County Supervisor, District 3

Alameda County Supervisor Chan represents District 3, and has been a strong advocate for children and families for over 40 years. Since taking office in January 2011, Supervisor Chan has led several key policy and community-based initiatives, including her “New War on Poverty”, a multi-year effort that calls upon the entire community to help remove the barriers that prevent individuals and families from achieving financial self-sufficiency. It’s out of this effort that ALL IN Alameda County was born. ALL IN Eats, which was launched in 2020, is the newest initiative of ALL IN Alameda County in deep partnership with the Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs’ Activities League (DSAL).



A healthy, nourished Alameda County that benefits from a local, sovereign food economy.


To provide Alameda County residents with healthy, affordable food that is sourced from local farms, recovered food, and small food vendors, led by a County/Community collaboration, and delivered through health care settings, home deliveries, ​community organizations, and food hubs to promote equity and sustainability within a self-regenerating, circular food system.

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