The price of food – Part IV: Salad

There’s more to running a farmers market then you might at first think. That’s my excuse for such a long gap between blog posts in this series about the price of food. But at the Deep Winter Agrarian Gathering at Gerringong last year, Costa Georgiadis — one of Australia’s best communicators — reminded us how important it […]

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The price of food — Part II: Carrots

As I introduced in the first blog post in this series, The Parsley Incident inspired me to dive into the murky water of comparing supermarket products with farmers market products to illustrate why shopping at a farmers market is, basically, better. Together, we’re going to try and work out if being motivated by a cheaper price when […]

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