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At a farmers’ market, most local produce has been picked inside of 24 hours. It comes to you ripe, fresh, and with its full flavor, unlike supermarket food that may have been picked weeks or months before. Close-to-home foods can also be bred for taste, rather than withstanding the abuse of shipping or industrial harvesting. Many of the foods we ate on the 100-Mile Diet were the best we’d ever had. Buying food today is complicated. What pesticides were used? 100 Mile Diet: Local Eating for Global Change » Why Eat Local? 100 Mile Diet: Local Eating for Global Change » Why Eat Local?
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