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Meat markets Oxnard/Ventura

ScarletB | Jan 5, 201012:26 PM     8

I am soon going to be moving to Oak View/Ojai and will be working in Oxnard. Coming from the Pacific Northwest I am concerned about the potential lack of locally grown organic/pesticide free food and humane, free-range, local meats. This concern may be unfounded but my cursory glance and conversations with family who live there have provided me with no information. The veggies/fruit I am guessing shouldn't be a problem if one knows where to go (farmer's markets, healthy grocery stores), but the meat issue...

Does anyone know where I can buy meat that is locally and humanely raised? It can be anywhere between Oxnard and Ojai. I appreciate any thoughts or recommendations. Thanks!

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