A Black-led Food Co-op Grows in Detroit


Through its Michigan Good Food Fund, Capital Impact invests in high-impact food projects and provides technical assistance across the state. As Olivia Rebanal, Capital Impact’s Director of Inclusive Food Systems, notes in the article, “we prioritize our work with food cooperatives because we feel the model allows for the creation of quality jobs.” One such investment includes support for the Detroit People’s Food Co-op, an African-American business cooperative.

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