Dorothy Shaver February 7, 2022 by Leah Wolfe
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I think there needs to be some real effort gone towards the importance of the way our food has grown, because it’s so far away from our plates. A lot of people don’t have any idea of how and where our food is grown or all of the impact. We found that consumers want to be brought along on the journey and we need to start telling these stories sooner. They want to feel a part of a transparent and real journey.

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