For any retailer planning to expand their local food program, the Internet is a great place to start. During the past few years, thousands of small farms have gone online, with many setting up simple websites to help them better connect with potential shoppers or buyers. Below is a list of sites from nonprofits and federal agencies focused on local food issues. Most of these links offer searchable databases with contact information for local farms near any location in the country. Other ...

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