A food policy professor at the Ohio State University did a study that found, more and more, “local” doesn’t always apply to organic foods. Dr. Neal Hooker tells Brownfield there are pockets in the country, mostly along the coasts, where there are concentrations of organic producers and processors. He says it’s not criticism but an observation that organic food producers and processors are becoming more like their conventional counterparts.
Can you count on organic food being local?
October 29, 2012 By Leave a Comment