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A local or regional food economy suggests food that is grown, processed and sold primarily for local or regional markets, contrasting with commodities produced for national and global markets. The term ‘creative food economy’ is being used to represent the emergence of vibrant sectors of small-to-medium sized food enterprises adaptively catering for rapidly changing consumer preferences and niche markets. In many regions, this segment of the food economy has been the most dynamic and innovative sector of the food economy for the past two decades, ...Read More