Working With Institutions

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Working With Institutions

  1. 1. Retail Sales Dollars Spent on Food and Eating Out (2004) Food Service & Location Households Food & Bev Drinking Establish. (county) (000s) Stores ($) ($) Benton 10.3 32,740,000 5,626,000 Black Hawk 49.5 274,866,000 156,760,000 Bremer 8.9 29,827,000 11,068,000 Buchanan 7.9 14,561,000 9,756,000 Butler 6.1 10,677,000 2,959,000 Fayette 8.6 28,260,000 14,735,000 Grundy 5.1 10,360,000 2,670,000 TOTAL 103.3 426,609,000 210,365,000
  2. 2. Carolyn Adolphs: (319) 478-8624 Romaine lettuce $1.00 per head Bib lettuce $1.00 per head Sweet onions $.50 per lb Red Onions $.50 per lb Yukon Gold Potatoes $.50 per lb Zucchini $.60 per lb Summer Squash $.60 per lb Cabbage $.40 per lb Don and Ruth Beck: (319) 988-3729 Sweet Corn $2.50 per doz (price negotiable for very large purchases) Vern Hesse: (319) 266-2025 Sweet Corn $3.00 per doz (price negotiable for large purchases) Loyd Johnson: (641) 435-2206 Green Bell Peppers(6-8oz)$.40-50 each Parsley (13-stem bundle) $.75 per bundle Cilantro $.75 per bundle Basil (green) 4 oz leaves $1.00 Chives (4-6in. stems/cut as desired)$.75 per oz Chocolate Mint stems/leaves $1.00 per oz Lemon Balm stems/leaves $1.00 per oz Coming Soon: Available 7/24: Red Bell Peppers, Purple Ruffle Basil Available 8/1: Orange, Yellow, Purple, and White Bell Peppers
  3. 3. Economic Impact • If Iowans ate the recommended five daily servings of fruits & vegetables, and Iowa farmers supplied that produce three months of the year… this would add $302.4 million and 4,094 jobs to Iowa’s economy Dave Swenson, ISU Economist
  4. 4. Strengthening the Local Food Economy in our region through: • Connecting institutional food buyers to nearby farms and processors • Fostering a growing relationship among consumers, grocers, meat lockers, restaurant owners, dining service staff, farmers local government and economic development officials • Making it easier for Iowans to find and purchase locally grown food and agricultural products • Assisting local independent food and farm businesses better communicate their positive impacts in the local economy • Sharing lessons learned with other communities and policy makers
  5. 5. 2004 Local Food Expenditures Bartels Lutheran Retirement Community Waverly, Iowa Baked Month Meat Dairy Vegetables Goods Monthly Total January $3,341.92 $110.00 $60.00 $3,511.92 February $484.66 $150.00 $634.66 March $3,758.59 $570.00 $4,328.59 April $2,264.18 $460.00 $142.50 $2,866.68 May $1,135.91 $709.20 $760.83 $2,605.94 June $2,979.77 $1,075.00 $288.00 $4,343.37 July $917.68 $753.30 $366.00 $2,036.98 August $3,433.49 $1,327.40 $521.00 $5,281.89 September $567.10 $977.40 $525.50 $78.00 $2,148.00 October $5,309.55 $982.80 $402.00 $37.50 $6,731.85 November $739.65 $1,035.80 $321.70 $354.50 $2,451.65 December $3,428.44 $1,863.60 $93.90 $5,385.94 Year Total $28,360.96 $9,755.10 $3,681.43 $530.00 $42,327.47
  6. 6. Collaboration with PFI & FoodRoutes • Tools for making local agriculture more visible • More buyers interested • More farmers involved • More community visibility • More funders involved • Enriched our work
  7. 7. Buy Fresh, Buy Local campaigns 2008 Northern Iowa Food & Farm Partnership
  8. 8. Local Food Purchases by restaurants, retailers, and institutions in Black Hawk and 7 surrounding counties, Iowa, 2005 Restaurants Meats Fruit/ Dairy *Other *Locally Total Veggies Processed Rudy’s Tacos $95,792 $15,177 $46,344 $2,714 --- $160,028 Gary’s Café $835 $650 --- --- $7,462 $8,947 Martin’s Brandenburg $800 $600 $600 --- $400 $2,400 Jag’s Java --- --- $16,780 $146 $6,335 $23,261 Cup of Joe --- --- $16,960 --- $31,525 $48,485 CU Restaurant --- $1,611 --- --- $622 $2,233 Pablo’s Grill --- $3,062 --- --- $25,818 $28,880 Centennial Oaks Golf --- $977 $10 --- --- $987 Club Steamboat Gardens --- $12,680 --- --- --- $12,680 Total Restaurant $97,427 $34,757 $80,694 $2,860 $72,162 $287,901 * Others: eggs, honey, cut flowers, etc.
  9. 9. Grocers/Retail Meats Fruit/ Dairy *Other *Locally Total Veggies Processed Roots Market $23,204 $8,654 $10,654 $18,750 $12,491 $73,753 D&K Foods $10,885 --- $2,519 --- --- $13,404 Dean’s Grocery --- $600 --- --- --- $600 Barn Happy $1,200 --- $5,067 $2,060 $22,013 $30,340 Hometown Foods --- $9,000 $12,480 --- --- $21,480 Total Retail $35,289 $18,254 $30,720 $20,810 $34,504 $139,577
  10. 10. Institutions Meats Fruit/ Dairy *Other *Locally Total Veggies Processed University of Northern $19,086 $22,790 $16,346 $9,439 $29,004 $96,665 Iowa North Cedar Schools --- $460 --- --- --- $460 Allen Hospital --- $1,400 --- --- --- $1,400 Bartel’s Lutheran Home $37,745 $4,234 $21,582 --- $130 $63,691 Cedar Falls Lutheran --- $1,794 --- --- --- $1,794 Home Friendship Village --- $880 --- --- --- $880 Western Home --- $3,791 --- $30 $450 $4,271 Total Institution $56,831 $35,349 $37,928 $9,469 $29,584 $169,161 Total $189,547 $88,090 $149,342 $33,409 $136,250 $596,639
  11. 11. Year Number of Type of Institutions Local Food Expenditures Institutions 1998 3 1 Restaurant $111,000 1 College 1 Hospital 1999 3 1 Restaurant $135,000 1 College 1 Hospital 2000 5 1 Restaurant $173,000 1 College 2 Hospitals 1 Retirement Home 2001 8 1 Restaurant $166,000 2 Colleges 4 Hospitals 1 Retirement Home 2002 7 2 Restaurants $201,000 1 College 1 Hospital 2 Retirement Homes 1 Grocery & Retail 2003 15 4 Restaurants $227,000 1 College 2 Hospitals 3 Retirement Homes 5 Grocery & Retail 2004 23 9 Restaurants $465,000 1 College 2 Hospitals 3 Retirement Homes 8 Grocery & Retail 2005 21 9 Restaurants $597,000 1 College 1 Hospital 4 Retirement Homes 5 Grocery & Retail 1 Elementary School 2006 27 12 Restaurants $881,000 1 College 1 Hospital 5 Retirement Homes 7 Grocery stores 1 elementary school
  12. 12. Local Food Expenditures by the participating institutions in the Black Hawk County Area, Iowa 1997-2007 $2,500,000 25 Local Food Expenditures $2,000,000 Number of Institutions 20 $1,500,000 15 $1,000,000 10 $500,000 5 $0 0 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Year Local Food Expenditures Number of Institutions Northern Iowa Food & Farm Partnership
  13. 13. UNI Local vs. Conventional Pork (February 2004) $2.50 Price per pound $2.00 Local: $193 Cost of $1.50 a w hole animal $1.00 locally raised and $0.50 processed $0.00 t op s oas age Fry Ham i bs Conventional: $243 ch er r aus Stir Pi t re R Cost of the equivalent k a or u ld n S for P o l ia Sp of a w hole hog in k sh Ita or separate cuts from k P Por conventional sources Specific Cuts Figure 3: Price comparison of local versus conventional pork.
  14. 14. Bartels Local vs Conventional Beef (January 2004) $12 Price per pound $10 $8 Local: $1484 $6 $4 Conventional: $1657 $2 $0 e w ib k s st Pr il et ef t ea ea rl o tti e R oa Be Be F M St e Pa R im d e in un un ut ef St ro in Si M G d ro G Specific Cuts Figure 7: Locally raised is processed and delivered to Bartels each month by the Janesville Locker, just south of Waverly, Iowa.
  15. 15. Bartels Price Shares for Conventional Beef (January 2004 Estimate) Producer's Price $740 Share 45% $917 55% Non-Farm Price Share Figure 6: Comparison of percentage of beef dollars that go to farmer; local vs. conventional beef.
  16. 16. Bartels Price Shares for Whole Local Beef (January 2004) $469 32% Producer's Price Share Non-Farm Price Share $1015 68% Figure 5: Farmer and processor shares of beef price for whole locally processed animal.
  17. 17. Northern Iowa Food & Farm Partnership Priorities: • Creating infrastructure for cooperation, processing, distribution and business start up On-farm handling of food, food safety, post harvest handling Organize a meeting of interested farmers and others Assemble basic data on supply and demand Producer survey Outreach to more buyers Identify more farmers in our region • Expanding Marketing and Education Continue Buy Fresh, Buy Local, secure funds for it, better service to nearby counties • Increasing public/private support to accomplish the above Developing a business plan as an organization Involve other organizations and individuals

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