Demand for local produce is growing in Vancouver, British Columbia, and Capers Community Markets is not only meeting that demand — it's also helping to fuel it. This four-store chain just wrapped up its 12th annual Living Naturally Fair, a two-day event at its Robeson Street store that attracted more than 11,000 people who were interested in learning more about local, organic and natural foods. The fair is “a celebration of all that's abundant,” said Aron Bjornson, spokesman for Capers. ...

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