Month: January 2018


Organic heritage carrots on display at the farmers’ market

Buying carrots at a farmers’ market on the weekend takes me deep into a political issue that highlights the conflict between local food producers – who we might call ‘real farmers’ – and re-sellers – who buy most or much of their produce at a food terminal. With vested interests behind the re-sellers, it’s hard to believe it’s a fair fight. Continue reading “FARMERS’ MARKET CONFLICT”