Is eating locally just another status symbol? Get together with  certain members of the locavore movement, and you’ll hear conversations  about the cost of CSAs and the cost of timeshares, rare heirloom seeds  and rare art acquisitions. Troll the aisles of your neighborhood co-op  grocery, and you’ll find a strange financial homogeneity in much of the  clientele: These are people who can afford a five-dollar pint of  strawberries.
Slowly, though, the local food movement is inching toward inclusion and social justice. Read more …

Is eating locally just another status symbol? Get together with certain members of the locavore movement, and you’ll hear conversations about the cost of CSAs and the cost of timeshares, rare heirloom seeds and rare art acquisitions. Troll the aisles of your neighborhood co-op grocery, and you’ll find a strange financial homogeneity in much of the clientele: These are people who can afford a five-dollar pint of strawberries.

Slowly, though, the local food movement is inching toward inclusion and social justice. Read more …