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Food hubs merge for larger impact (access required)

Headwater Food Hub has merged with Crooked Carrot, an Ithaca-based food hub. Headwater, based in Ontario, Wayne County, but largely serving Rochester-area consumers, connects a network of farmers and food processors with a focus on sustainability to individual, commercial and institutional customers, and operates a community-supported agriculture program, the Good Food Collective. The merger will help broaden ...
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