Cost and logistics present major impediments to the availability and growth of Lafayette’s local food economy. Organic farms and local makers abound in Acadiana’s fertile food culture, but gaps in the local farm-to-market network have kept the
By Jessica Bryant, Managing Editor [Editor’s Note: This is a sponsored post.] Several new trends infiltrated the restaurant space in 2015: real estate hikes drove out city chefs to suburbia, composting got creative, operators began to question...
The Food to Market Challenge will award $500,000 to the multidisciplinary team that designs the most innovative solution to re-conceive supply chain practices that today limit the scale or efficiency of the Chicago region’s local and sustainable food market.
The solution will address the problem of size as a marketplace barrier for burgeoning local food enterprises. The solution will be feasible to implement; can be sustained or grow even after funding from the challenge ends; and advance the charitable purposes of Food:Land:Opportunity to create a resilient local food economy that protects and conserves land and other natural resources while promoting market innovation and building wealth and assets in the Chicago region’s communities......
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