The Mayor's Office of Food Access wants everyone to have access to nutritious food. That food should be affordable, easy to find, and reflect the many cultures of our City.
Our goal is to create a more food secure community with a vibrant, inclusive food culture. We want to reflect the diversity of the residents of Boston.
Food Access agenda
The Mayor’s Office of Food Access believes that food is a right, not a privilege. Because of this belief, we will take on a bold vision to end food insecurity in Boston by 2030.
Food resource mapsFood resource maps
Please note: the black-and-white maps below are easy to download and print. We recommend using these maps if you plan to print them from home.
- Food resource list and map (Allston-Brighton, Back Bay, Chinatown, Fenway, South End)
- Food resource list and map (Beacon Hill, Charlestown, Downtown, East Boston, North End, West End)
- Food resource list and map (Dorchester)
- Food resource list and map (Hyde Park, Jamaica Plain, Mattapan, Roslindale, West Roxbury)
- Food resource list and map (Mission Hill, Roxbury, South Boston)
Please note: the color maps below have a large file size. They'll also use a lot of ink to print. If you want to download and print a map from home, we recommend using the black-and-white neighborhood maps.
State of Food Insecurity in Boston
Data presented from the Boston Food Access Assessment conducted by the Boston Mayor's Office of Food Access, 2019
Programs and initiativesPrograms
Calling all Boston Public Schools students and families! We want students to love school food, and we need your input...
The annual campaign helps to fight hunger and increase access to fresh, locally-grown fruits and vegetables for all...
Boston Double Up Food Bucks
Have EBT? Get MORE fresh fruits and veggies with Boston Double Up Food Bucks!
Boston Food Access Council
The network of local leaders addresses food insecurity and related issues in Boston.
We're filling the summer food gap by providing free meals to Boston youth ages 18 and under.