locavore


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locavore

(lō′kă-vor″) [ loca(l) + L. vorare, to devour]
One who eats foods grown and/or produced within approximately a 100-mile radius of his or her home.
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He said McDonald's is tapping into the consumer locavore trend for locally sourced foods, even if it's indirectly due to freshness constraints.
In 2011, after a lot of thought, Beverly White concluded that the traditional farmers market--much as she loved it--wasn't helping farmers or locavore consumers as well as it could.
When Locavore opened three years ago, it changed the Filipino food as a brand.
People often associate Julia Child, who made French food accessible to the home cook, with Alice Waters, whose restaurant Chez Panisse in Berkeley, California, was one of the epicenters for the movement toward simple, locavore dining.
In this course, we explore food in an urban environment, including current issues in food politics (labor, policy, immigration), food justice (underserved communities, food deserts), trends in food movements (locavore, slow food, farmers markets), environmental concerns and industrial agribusiness.
They cover topics ranging from the difference between locavore and trade-a-vore, to the centrality of beans in the indigenous diet, to the noble way to hunt.
With more people joining the locavore movement and being environmentally conscious, we have also seen increased interest from these groups.
A food-advocacy organization called Strolling of the Heifers works to strengthen local food systems, and ranks states annually in its Locavore Index based on residents' commitment to local foods.
Farm-to-table and locavore dinners, where people enjoy dishes prepared from locally sourced ingredients, are popping up all over the country, from small towns to urban metropolises.
The locavore food culture, along with the slow food movement, is redefining cuisine around the world.
Embracing the locavore movement, The Pybus Cheesemonger's Shop rotates a number of cheeses made in the region, including cheeses from Cascade Creamery, Sunny Pine, Laurel's Crown, Pine Stump, Tieton and Sammish Bay.