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Wed October 23, 2013
Is eating local good for the environment?
There's much talk in Michigan---and across American---about the local food movement.
For many food activists, eating locally sourced foods isn't just a pleasure, it is a moral obligation. They maintain locally sourced food is better for the entire planet than shipping food thousands of miles across oceans, across continents.
Is eating local always worth it? What works and what doesn't?
Dr. Margot Finn is a lecturer at the University of Michigan. She specializes in food, popular culture, and class, and she joined us today in the studio.
Listen to the full interview above.