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The rise of local food network entrepreneurs

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Stories of new and innovative local food distribution startups have emerged worldwide.  Using digital tech to faciliate new ways of connecting and supplying local fresh products to communities in home delivery, drive throughs and farm pickups. An example and in demand is is https://www.bunkerboxes.com.au/ 

And another,  Seasons of New England has produced a showcase of producers https://www.seasonsofnewengland.com.au/

These are examples of new local, innovative and agile supply chains.








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Lynn Wood @ 2020.04.26 8:48 PM

Good that this is happening in Australia as well as India. They provide useful models to follow.

https://www.ideaspies.com/posts/agricultural-wholesale-markets-in-india-are-moving-to-online-trading


Lou Conway @ 2020.04.27 2:04 AM
I am so pleased to learn about AgriBazaar is achieving for producers and consumers - so much scope for transparency in the supply chains. Thankyou for sharing.

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By Lou Conway

26 April 2020



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