How Locally Grown Products are Disrupting F&B Manufacturing
DECEMBER 3, 2019
It means buying food that is sourced and/or grown within a geographical location that could be considered “local”. Some examples include sugar from Michigan grown sugar beets, cereals from midwest grain producing states, and potato products from Idaho grown potatoes. The “locally grown” movement has been fueled by the perception that locally grown, produced and sourced foods contain many benefits. It is a concept and source of food products that is here to stay.