2 Minnesota Cities Make List Of ‘Best Cities To Eat Local Food’
There are many cities in Minnesota that do a good job of offering locally grown and sold foods.
But these 2 Minnesota cities made it into the top 15 on the list of "Best Cities To Eat Local Food”.
A new study from lawnstarter.com ranked the "Best Cities To Eat Local Food”.
They took into consideration factors like community-supported agriculture, farm stands, markets, bakeries, butcher shops, seafood markets, plus craft breweries and wineries.
They considered 200 of the largest cities in the U.S.
And as it turns out, you haven't lived until you've experienced the local food in Portland, Oregon.
Portland took the #1 spot partially because it topped the charts on the number of "U-Pick" farms.
It just so happens that the 2 largest cities in Minnesota ranked very high on the local food list.
Minneapolis came in at #5 while its sister city St. Paul ranked #15.
Here are the Top-15 "Best Cities To Eat Local Food” according to lawnstarter.com...
- Portland, Oregon
- Baltimore, Maryland
- Alexandria, Virginia
- Washington, D.C.
- Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Seattle, Washington
- Boston, Massachusetts
- Madison, Wisconsin
- Providence, Rhode Island
- Vancouver, Washington.
- Worcester, Massachusetts
- New York, New York
- Salem, Oregon
- Durham, North Carolina
- St. Paul, Minnesota
The “Worst Cities To Eat Local Food ” at the bottom of the list was Anchorage, Alaska.
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