Welcome to Hazon’s FOOD audit!

When we eat together, we connect to each other; food gives us the chance to have longer conversations with folks we may regularly just see in passing. And we have the chance to learn and celebrate together in a long chain of Jewish tradition. Educational food-related events can take many forms. From movie nights to field trips, cooking classes, and speakers, we invite you to explore the possibilities of Jewish food education.

Focusing on health (yours and the planet's!), food justice and animal welfare, this audit examines food purchased, prepared, and distributed by your organization. This includes fair trade, organic produce, composting, CSAs, nutrition, meat reduction, and more.

How to Take the Audit

1. To Start: Click the first section at left, then check off activities your organization has done over the past year. If you completed an activity more than a year ago, only select it if it’s still in effect (e.g. a LED lighting upgrade). You can save your work and return to update your answers.

2. Scoring: You will receive a color-coded score for each topic, based on the scoring value of each activity that you check off. When choosing projects to improve, you can focus on areas where you have a low score, or continue to improve areas where you already have seen successes.

3. Activity Relevance: If you have not done so, visit your Profile page to answer a few quick questions about your institution. We use your answers to filter out activities that may not apply to you, such as those requiring you to own your building or have outdoor grounds.


Room for Progress
Modest Accomplishment
Major Achievements