Platform Helps All Restaurants Source Better Local Food

Platform Helps All Restaurants Source Better Local Food
Food & Beverage

Platform helps small farmers sell their yield to large companies to meet consumer demand

Macala Wright
  • 28 april 2016

From Los Angeles to New York, Portland to Seattle, the growth of the local food movement has reached critical mass. As much as the farm-to-table trend has driven the rise in popularity of farmers’ markets and local fare, you may be surprised to learn that it has not really benefitted small farmers. Yet, the work conducted by Azoti to decentralize the food supply chain through the creation of a centralized hub for transactions, seeks to overturn that sad fact.

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