Here’s a little secret no one in the natural foods industry is tell you:
“Regional” is every bit as “fresh” and “sustainable” as “local.”
Let’s look at this another way. Say you employ our services. Let’s also say you live in…um, how about Kansas City?
Every one of our vendors can deliver your food in a single day.
One day, my friend.
In other words, it can, theoretically, be transported to you in a day’s drive.
Now, how is this less beneficial than “local”…especially if those regional growers know their niche better than the “local” farmers merely trying to imitate them?
Regional is key. It opens a ton of doors for you…
While it protects the integrity of your food.
If you happen to be that person in KC—or perhaps Chicago, Minneapolis, Des Moines, or Omaha—you know you can trust free-range, grass-fed, and organic foods from places like South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Kansas, Nebraska, and Missouri.
Because they’re all essentially a day’s drive from you!