Saturday May 20, 2017
In North America, we donít shop for food the way they do elsewhere. For most of us, itís a weekly stop at the big grocery store for whatever meat, seafood, cheeses or baked goods weíre looking for. But this isnít how much of the world brings food from supplier to consumer. Open air market stalls, roadside stands and small, independent shops abound in cities and towns across the globe, so itís often as simple as buying fresh food near where itís made, caught or farmed.