Food & Drink

June 8, 2014 12:00 AM

Where farm-to-fork is falling short

The feel-good nature of farm-to-fork is hard to deny. Sacramentans can easily eschew factory-farmed supermarket products by purchasing seasonal produce directly from growers or beef from local ranchers, and pat themselves on the back for eating healthfully, supporting the local economy and reducing their carbon footprint.

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