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This article is an exploration of this new and growing local food movement. It is not a cohesive movement, nor is it one that is organized by a particular group. Rather, it is a grassroots movement comprised of people who are interested, for various reasons, in obtaining food grown or produced where they live or in producing this food themselves. The purpose of this article is to explore what the local food movement is, why consumers are interested in basing their food purchasing choices on where their food originates, current and future regulation of local food, and where this movement may be headed in the future.
Coit, M. (2021). Jumping on the Next Bandwagon: An Overview of the Policy and Legal Aspects of the Local Food Movement. Journal of Food Law & Policy, 4(1). Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jflp/vol4/iss1/4