The Locavore Movement seems to be a very controversial topic and trend that has been going on for a while now since it has become widespread over the past decade. Locavores focus on the benefits of eating these locally grown foods such as the increased nutritional value and the sustainability of each of them. Each and every piece of information should be taken in place in order to know more about the issue.
One of the major issues that has a main part in the Locavore Movement seems to be of many people having a lack of information about locally grown foods. According to Source A, “Locally grown produce is fresher. While produce purchased in the supermarket or a big-box store that has been in transit for days or weeks…” Stop and think of a time when you were about to pick up what you imagined to be a “fresh” strawberry but then right when grabbing it and looking at it closely you realize it really wasn’t as fresh as you were hoping it to be. This is one very important benefit that anyone should take in mind and really think about. In the other hand, another benefit that I think anyone could relate to as much as I do is the following; “Locally grown fruits and vegetables have longer to ripen.” This one benefit in particular caught my attention because who doesn’t hate a vegetable or fruit that falls apart right when you’re about to bite on it and “enjoy” it right? In general, many people don’t stop and think that the smallest benefits can take a big part in a big issue. Therefore, there shouldn’t be much thinking as in buying locally grown foods which is the best option or simply buying from your supermarket like you’ve always have with not many benefits to take in place.
Another popular issue dealing with the Locavore Movement is simply the immediate thoughts that people have about the topic. First thing that comes to mind when you hear that someone eats locally grown fruits & vegetables is that they eat it only because it’s healthy and...