People want food that is more locally grown, and this trend just keeps growing. “For the past three seasons, Albany Bistro, a high-end restaurant in the Albany Historic District, has worked with local farmers to produce meals made with fresh, locally grown produce.”
Their restaurant has now become a “destination”. They attract plenty of visitors from not only nearby neighborhoods but “out of towers” too.
“According to Reed, the restaurant has proved consumers are willing to pay a little more to know where the food comes from. He said buying local ensures the food is served at its freshest as opposed to produce from large-scale distributors that often is picked weeks or months in advance and allowed to ripen in boxes with the aid of chemical gases.”
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