Monday, April 28, 2003

You think I'm crazy, but San Francisco's Ferry Plaza Farmer's Market has just kicked out Niman Ranch [Chron]:
That's right. Niman Ranch, the Bolinas-born beef company whose name long has been synonymous with sustainable agriculture and the Northern California food revolution, has been kicked to the curb because it has become too successful.

"We want things featured in the farmers' market that are small and unique. Not the same things that are at Whole Foods or at Trader Joe's," said Tatiana Graf, spokesperson for the Center for Urban Education About Sustainable Agriculture, which runs the market.

[At this point, we're lucky to have meat at all].


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