It doesn’t need to be. Food grown locally doesn’t need to travel as far to the market. The only costs that might be higher is that there would need to be more labor in the growing process. People will have to spend more time to remove weeds and pests, and probably more time to harvest. That is the biggest factor going into the prices.
Especially if you or someone you know grows the food, costs for the consumer can be quite low. Many communities are seeing the value in trading homegrown food for others’ homegrown food or other items, even if on a small, informal scale.
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