How important is locally grown food to your grocery list?
A quick trip down the produce aisle of a grocery store can give you a taste around the world. Fruits and vegetables are brought to Florida by seasons. Other shoppers prefer to buy some foods from farmers markets, and some services leave local goods at your doorstep. WLRN's The Sunshine Economy is exploring our local agriculture industry, and we'd like to hear how you stock your kitchen.
Is locally grown food important to your grocery list? Be a part of this story by telling us below. You can also leave us a message at 305-330-9576, and we may share your grocery lists during the Sunshine Economy report on Sept. 16 at 9 a.m.
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