L.A. Controller Launches Map to Healthy Food Providers During Coronavirus

A new online map showing locations of critical food resources for residents in Los Angeles has been released by L.A. Controller Ron Galperin.

The "Food Access in L.A." map can be found online on the county's website at: lacontroller.org/foodaccess.

The map is meant to provide information on where residents can find local food pantries, Los Angeles Unified School District's Grab-and-Go centers as well as certain markets that are open across teh city.

“The coronavirus outbreak is impacting the lives and livelihoods of everyone in Los Angeles, especially working and low-income families,” Galperin said. “But even with schools and businesses shuttered, families can still access healthy and nutritious meals.”

The map also shows residents whether grocery stores are accessible or open.

You can find additional maps and resources on the controller's website at lacontroller.org/resourcemaps.

Photo: L.A. County

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