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Local Real-food Renaissance

Increasingly health conscious consumers are demanding more from their food. Stemming from an industrial food system’s primary concern to maximize profit and shelf-life efficiency at the expense of food quality and healthiness, more responsive consumers are aligning their allegiance to a trusted food source focused first on sustenance derived from responsibly crafted foods.  Not happy […]

Connecting the Northeast with its farming roots

New England and New York established the standard for real-food production.  One hundred years ago, about 30% of New Englanders were farmers, and the remaining 70% we’re only a degree removed from the folks providing their nourishment. Reconnecting with food:   Maximizing multiple outputs through proper practice has been standard farming practice for 400 generations. […]