Article-Building a Healthy Food System in Rural America

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Posted: July 5, 2009

Below, a great article by David Goodman for Eating Well Magazine, July/August 2009.
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The future of food, I’ve been told, may be found in a hardscrabble town of 3,200 in northern Vermont. But as I walk down the main street of Hardwick, a former granite-quarrying town, there is nothing that would indicate this is the new food utopia heralded by The New York Times. I pass the Chinese take-out joint, catch the charred whiff of a burned-out building and finally stop catty-corner from the laundromat and police station. Then I spot it: a cheery pumpkin-colored building with floor-to-ceiling windows and etched on the glass: “Claire’s: Local ingredients. Open to the world.” I step through the restaurant door, and I am immediately transported.

…Read the rest here:
http://www.eatingwell.com/news_views/green/food_system_hardwick_vermont.html

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