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Volume providers can afford to wash, chop and bag produce.
Organizations like the Hub provide only the distribution, the buyer preps the produce.
Small farmers are using the opportunity for connecting with wider, more stable markets. Breckenridge ban on street skateboarding returns—AP, The Denver Post 8/27/09 Citing skateboarders didn’t follow through on promises to follow traffic laws and self-regulate, Breckenridge Town Council voted to reinstate the ban suspended a year ago at skateboarders’ request.
Four summonses and five warnings to street skateboarders were noted by police.
Independent grocers, restaurants and local elementary schools will soon be joined by the University of Virginia’s dining services.
The bikes cost around ,600 and went to employees with over 1,000 hours of work logged with the company, owned by Alex and Danielle Amarotico.
“It’s awesome to work for a company that’s so interested in sustainability,” one waitress and college student said.
Farm to hub to table—Jane Black, The Washington Post 8/26/09 Charlottesville, Virginia, the nonprofit Local Food Hub has emerged to bring together local farmers’ goods and distribute them as needed to area businesses, organizations and individuals.
The Hub can take vegetables and chicken and quail eggs from the one acre Down Branch Farm and merge it with other farmers’ produce to supply kitchens such as the one at the Jefferson Area Board of Aging, which serves 3,000 meals each week.
The plan would support small farmers and increase access to their products.