Local farmers open virtual farmers market to fill gap left by restaurant orders during COVID-19.

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Had Enough of Canned Goods? Local Growers Team Up to Bring Farmers Market to Your Door

“Along with other local growers and food producers, Pollack has launched what’s essentially a farmers market to go. Customers can order everything from Closed Loop’s Michelin-worthy greens to locally made chocolate bars to pasture-raised, organic-fed meat from some of Closed Loop’s co-tenants at The Plant, a small food business incubator, including Tuanis chocolate, Bike a Bee honey, Xoca cacao fruit soda, Kombuchade sports drinks and Four Letter Word coffee, as well as Pleasant House Pub, Mint Creek Farms, Catalpa Grove, Timberfeast, First Curve Apothecary and Windy City Mushroom.”

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Closing the Loop: How an urban farmer is using tiny plants to build a zero-waste operation

“As the name of his company suggests, Pollack believes part of the effort in moving toward food sustainability and resiliency necessarily involves transitioning into a circular food economy, in which as many of the resources involved in food production—soil, excess supply, and even containers—are recycled back into local economies through composting, canning, and reuse.”

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