CSU Grads Connect Local Farmers and Consumers With ‘Food Hub’
A couple of CSU graduates are setting out to give local farmers the chance to compete with big retailers. They plan to provide a place for direct sales line from farm to consumers in our community.
Audrey Snyder and Natasha Lloyd are planning to open the ReKaivery food hub this summer. It will be a solar-powered 320 square foot shipping container store, full of local items. They will be stocking fresh produce to jam, salsa, bread, and honey. They will also be able to accept WIC and SNAP benefits,
"It's like a grocery store, but just on a small, hyperlocal level," explained Lloyd, who met Snyder while the two were earning their Impact MBAs from Colorado State University.
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