One-third of consumers — compared with less than one-quarter in 2013 — said they would pay 10% more for local food, according to a recent survey from A.T. Kearney. CONNECT WITH SN ON TWITTER Follow @SN_News for updates throughout the day. However, the percentage of respondents who would pay a premium for local remained the same as last year (70%). The survey also points to the growth of the local food movement. While lack of availability was still the No. 1 factor for not ...
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