Rebecca Reis-Miller and her friend Trish Strawn thought it would be easy: A three-month promise to eat only local foods. After all, how hard could it be? They live in Florida, the Sunshine State, one of the busiest food-producing states in the country. The food activists were in for a surprise. “Here I am Ms. Local Food and I didn’t know where to get [it] the first day of my challenge, so how’s an average person going to know?” said Strawn. As a fifth ...
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