Regional Food Solutions
The Food Innovation District guidebook is a package of “how-to” information and examples that can help local governments and other stakeholders engage in and benefit from the growing market for local and regional food.
Toolkit in process: How communities can make space for local food and farm entrepreneurs to co-locate, collaborate, and grow.
For small to large farms it’s clear Michigan markets are growing in local food opportunities.
Consumer demand for new taste, transparency, and trust in their food is in fact spurring a new business model – a food value chain —that some entrepreneurs are embracing.
America’s ever-adaptive produce delivery system is coming to grips with a local food movement that may have more traction than meets the eye.