What’s New — Locavore’s Local Motion

LocavoreOne of the biggest food fads of the last decade is the locavore movement, which Canadians have eaten up. The trend — buying and eating locally sourced fare — shares its roots with The 100-Mile Diet (which became a book of the same name), a concept cooked up in 2005 by Vancouver journalists Alisa Smith and J.B. MacKinnon, who chronicled their year of eating only foods grown or produced within 100 miles of their home.  The book became a bestseller as health-conscious consumers began to really think about where — and how — their food was produced. To read more about the locavore movement, which restaurants across the country are serving locally sourced, seasonal fare, and how you can go locavore at home, click here or on the icon above, to read more in my latest piece for Yahoo!

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