Locally Grown

Some articles on locally, grown, locally grown:

Cuisine Of Hawaii - History - Post-contact Period - Late 19th – 20th Century
... part of the surplus here." Newspaper editorials of the time also questioned why locally-grown guavas were rotting on the ground while agribusiness were ... the food industry to "grow local, buy local, and eat local." Since the 1970s, pineapples have been grown more cheaply in Southeast Asia, so Hawaiian agriculture has taken a diverse. 1978-1988, chefs who came to Hawaii would avoid Hawaiian-grown ingredients like their European counterparts, preferring to ship everything in from the U.S ...
K-VA-T Food City - Community Involvement - Locally Grown Produce
... In 2006, Food City purchased in excess of $5,000,000 in locally grown produce from a number of local farms, including those in Grainger, Blount, Hawkins, Unicoi, Jefferson and Sullivan counties in Tennessee Scott ...
Chaugaon - Food and Dietary Habits
... They are either grown locally and bought from weekly market of Kusumba or even Dhule ... Onions, Methi, Bhendi (Ladies Fingers), Gawar, Ambaadi, are the vegetables that are grown locally ... Potatoes, Cauli flower, are never grown in the village and come from outside ...
Hawaii Regional Cuisine - History - Post-contact Period - Late 19th – 20th Century
... sends part of the surplus here." Newspaper editorials of the time also questioned why locally-grown guavas were rotting on the ground while agribusiness were planting non-native pineapples in Hawaii ... grow local, buy local, and eat local." Since the 1970s, pineapples have been grown more cheaply in Southeast Asia, so Hawaiian agriculture has taken. 1978-1988, chefs who came to Hawaii would avoid Hawaiian-grown ingredients like their European counterparts, preferring to ship everything in from the U.S ...

Famous quotes containing the words grown and/or locally:

    What a blunt fellow is this grown to be!
    He was quick mettle when he went to school.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    To see ourselves as others see us can be eye-opening. To see others as sharing a nature with ourselves is the merest decency. But it is from the far more difficult achievement of seeing ourselves amongst others, as a local example of the forms human life has locally taken, a case among cases, a world among worlds, that the largeness of mind, without which objectivity is self- congratulation and tolerance a sham, comes.
    Clifford Geertz (b. 1926)