How this Israeli freed people from supermarket chains
Nostalgia for overseas produce markets led Tali Bar-David to open a business that collects products from small food growers.
England, 1942. A poster created by graphic designer Abram Games for the British War Office shows a plate heaped with fresh vegetables sitting on a dining table, which stands above a well-tended garden and is rooted in the ground with a knife that morphs into a hoe and a fork that morphs into a pitchfork. “Grow your own food,” says the slogan accompanying the impressive...
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