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Oly Local Foods - good model for local distribution hub

Paul Cereghino
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Here's a good model for a local retail distribution hub.

http://www.olympialocalfoods.com/Shop.aspx

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Jocelyn Campbell
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You're not kidding! Ingenious in its simplicity and service--I love it!


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John Polk
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Yeah. I see that they sell the same (Dungeness Valley) raw Jersey milk that I buy.

Certainly looks like a good, simple setup for people in that region.

 
 
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