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The Downside of Eating Too Locally

Melanie Wong | Nov 27, 201411:11 AM

" . . . But just as these rural efforts started gaining steam, an unfortunate thing happened to the urban food movement: It went local. Hyperlocal. Ironically, conscientious consumers who ought to be the staunchest allies of these farmers are taking pledges not to buy from them, and to eat only food produced within 100 miles of home."

The Downside of Eating Too Locally

Innovative red-state farmers need support from locavores.

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