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Some Go Big, Others Stay Small to Meet Global Food Needsi
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July 12, 2013 4:42 PM
As demand for meat, milk and eggs grows around the world, the way these products are produced is changing from small-scale production to large, industrial-scale operations. This transition has already happened in the United States. But it has also produced a movement in the other direction, as demand for small-scale, locally raised products grows. VOA’s Steve Baragona has more.

Some Go Big, Others Stay Small to Meet Global Food Needs

Published July 12, 2013

As demand for meat, milk and eggs grows around the world, the way these products are produced is changing from small-scale production to large, industrial-scale operations. This transition has already happened in the United States. But it has also produced a movement in the other direction, as demand for small-scale, locally raised products grows. VOA’s Steve Baragona has more.


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