Shared Economy- Food swaps?
History has a way of repeating itself. It wasn't long ago that neighbours and communities would share resources and food. Most communities would grow their own food and swap fruits and vegetables, locally. There was no such thing as food miles.
Centralised farming, production services and freight have not only contributed to global warming and pollution, but have also disconnected us from the source of our food. In some cases, our produce is transported thousands of kilometres and sprayed with pesticides and chemicals.
There is a way around mass produced farms and production facilities in Australia. You can either grow our own food and/or share... Sharing is caring after all.
Below are some of our favourite food sharing websites that are shaking up the way we get our food:
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