Officials in Washington state have announced an ambitious plan to open what they're billing as “the world's first organic food processing eco-industrial park.” The facility will be sited within the Port of Columbia, in the small town of Dayton, and will be called Blue Mountain Station. Port officials have teamed up with specialists in food production to develop an integrated, Certified Organic food facility connecting the many links that stretch from farmer to retailer. Small, artisinal ...

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