Food fads come and go, but consumers continue to embrace local products in the supermarket and on restaurant menus. However, sourcing from small, local farms can pose challenges for retailers who need a guaranteed steady supply of high-quality product. Foods hubs are one way that some supermarkets are working around the challenges of sourcing from individual small farms, according to a new report by the Wallace Center at Winrock International — a nonprofit organization based in ...

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