Farm Stand Scams

Farm Stand Scams
Alex Morrison
  • 2 august 2007

A Treehugger article from earlier today warns against the dangers of supposedly “local” farmers selling very un-local products. The writer, somewhere “on highway 11 just North of Orillia”, stopped at a farm stand with signs promising “Ontario Corn” and “Ontario Blueberries” only to discover a California label on one of the plums at the bottom of the basket he had purchased.

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