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Could Your Local Farmers' Market Stay Open Year Round? | Smith ...

Could Your Local Farmers' Market Stay Open Year Round? | Smith ... | Local Food Systems | Scoop.it
3 tips to keep your local market humming throughout the depths of winter.
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The unstyled look of hipster food magazines - Boston.com

The unstyled look of hipster food magazines - Boston.com | Local Food Systems | Scoop.it
The unstyled look of hipster food magazinesBoston.comThe latest trendy food and lifestyle magazines, ubiquitous in urban havens of cool college towns and wealthy suburbs, are driven by a desire to exist outside the mainstream food world and all that...
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‘Food capital’ brand a big hit with Monmouthshire producers

‘Food capital’ brand a big hit with Monmouthshire producers | Local Food Systems | Scoop.it

UK: MONMOUTHSHIRE producers have welcomed news the county is to brand itself as the ‘food capital ofWales’.

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M State-Fergus Falls: Reinstate the Sustainable Food Production Program! - The Petition Site

This program give students the knowledge and skill necessary to meet the many agricultural and...
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‘Made or Grown Close to Home’ — Thoughts on Local Food Branding

‘Made or Grown Close to Home’ — Thoughts on Local Food Branding | Local Food Systems | Scoop.it
When it comes to local food marketing and state branding, Vermont has pretty much always been ahead of the pack.  And it’s not just the Department of Ag–it’s producers and busines...
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What Consumer Culture Will Look Like In 2020 (And How Brands Can Adapt)

What Consumer Culture Will Look Like In 2020 (And How Brands Can Adapt) | Local Food Systems | Scoop.it
The global recession hasn’t changed our consumer culture all that much, but just wait a few years.
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Get Farming : Michigan Land Use Institute

Get Farming : Michigan Land Use Institute | Local Food Systems | Scoop.it

Get Farming! is your source for information, training, workshops and networking. New and beginning farmers as well as those transitioning to new, local markets will find business and marketing resources. Individual Development Accounts can help eligible producers with small but important financial assisitance.

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#FBC5 An Open Call for Speakers | Food Blogger Connect

#FBC5 An Open Call for Speakers | Food Blogger Connect | Local Food Systems | Scoop.it
#FBC5 is all about community as we aim to bring you the best possible celebration of our fifth anniversary.
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Tilia - The Artisan Grocery Store - Delivering Award Winning Local Produce

Tilia - The Artisan Grocery Store - Delivering Award Winning Local Produce | Local Food Systems | Scoop.it

Appreciate this take on upscale, local, food delivered to your door.  


Order groceries online from award winning local producers of fresh goods and other fine artisan produce. Home delivery at a convenient time.

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Marketing Greenhouse Vegetables To Local Restaurants - Greenhouse Grower - Article

Marketing Greenhouse Vegetables To Local Restaurants - Greenhouse Grower - Article | Local Food Systems | Scoop.it
Restaurants are always on the lookout for great local produce to add to their menus. Plantpeddler's Mike Gooder offers tips to help greenhouse growers tap into this market.
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The Allure of the Underground Supper Club

The Allure of the Underground Supper Club | Local Food Systems | Scoop.it
Around the world, cooks are starting to host sporadic supper clubs and dinner parties in unofficial spaces. Craig Thornton’s Wolvesmouth is the toughest reservation in the city of L.A.
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Greensgrow Farm - Why Buy Local Foods? - What We Do Here > Farm Market - Overview

Greensgrow Farm - Why Buy Local Foods? - What We Do Here > Farm Market - Overview | Local Food Systems | Scoop.it

Why buy local foods?  We've Got Ten Good Reasons...

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Recent Blog Posts > Do local brands have a future?

Recent Blog Posts > Do local brands have a future? | Local Food Systems | Scoop.it
At Millward Brown, we’re passionate about brands. As a leading global research agency specializing in advertising, marketing communications, media and brand equity research, we’ve been in the business of brands for more than 35 years.
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Benny Yang's comment, March 20, 2013 6:42 AM
It's very hard to evaluate local brands future; it depends on whether the brand can meet customer needs. The only way to let the brand survive is to cater customer needs and wants.
Zhaowei Lu's comment, March 21, 2013 6:57 AM
There is no specific prediction on which product will be more acceptable in the future.I believe that It really depends on the research which shows customer brand calculation. On the other hand, If business want to keep good sells , it is good for them to continually make or create new products
Jieyi Situ's comment, March 21, 2013 4:01 PM
As the article said, "Every brand that is global today started as a local brand", we cannot affirm if local brand has a future or not. When they really meet the coustomers' need, and build a good reputation, the brand might be successful.
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Don’t buy local if local sucks

Don’t buy local if local sucks | Local Food Systems | Scoop.it
I’m not a fan of “buy local” campaigns when loser brands try to guilt you into buying their inferior products from people who could care less, just because you live in the same zi...
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