Understanding the Local Food Movement

For folks who concern themselves with local farming, the recent arrests at Double H Farm didn’t come as an enormous surprise. But for people who don’t considering themselves a part of the local food movement, it’s got to all seem a little bizarre. In this week’s C-Ville Jayson Whitehead explains how local farming works in the area, following animals from Double H and Polyface until they’re served as food at Mas, Revolutionary Soup and Chipotle. The bad news is that local meat is generally more expensive. The good news is that it tastes better, it’s better for you, and it’s substantially less likely to kill you.

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