Economies of Community

Economies of Community

Economies of Community

Economies of Community

The principle known as economies of scale has allowed entire industries to consolidate and become more efficient, including our food system. Now, there’s no difference between a supermarket in Kansas City or Boston or San Diego or Fort Lauderdale, and our culture is the poorer for it. Benzi Ronen of Brooklyn, New York-based Farmigo explains how the principle of economies of community can help connect people while rebuilding local food systems.

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