Eat Out? Eat Local!

Lund, Tenlee
May 2011
Lake Country Journal;May/Jun2011, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p26
The article offers the author's views on the benefits of locally grown foods for consumers, growers and the community as a whole in Minnesota. The author discusses the rampant use of local foods based on the development of farmer's market and community-supported agriculture (CSA) projects throughout the state. He also talks about the problem of having poor distribution system for local products to restaurants.


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