Local food sales were expected to reach $20 billion in 2019, up from $5 billion in 2008, according to food industry research firm Packaged Facts. It’s easy to see why. Buying local food cuts down on waste, allowing people to get food at its freshest with no need for it to be trucked elsewhere for purchase. Add that to the benefits for your local economy and it’s a win-win. We cover the trend and how readers can find all the local bounty their communities have to offer.
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