Production of food and other consumer products has been in Chicago’s DNA since its earliest days. In the 19th and 20th century, the city played a major role in the industrialization of U.S. food and consumer products. In our current era, Chicago has become a magnet for people pushing for a more decentralized system, based on food and other natural products produced as locally as possible, using regenerative, humane and fair practices that are better for people, better for the environment and better for animals.
Luke Saunders, Founder/CEO, Farmer’s Fridge
Naturally Chicago Board member
at October 25 Friday Morning Mingle