I recently went to the Farmer’s Market to try and find some local(ish) grass-fed butter. These are my observations.

ISYS6621: Social Media and Digital Business

I use social media to do everything.  I find recipe ideas, I review reviews, and I have a high level of trust in the arbitrary star rating system that websites use (Yelp, TripAdvisor, AllRecipes.com, etc.).  But lately, I’ve gotten into the underground world of Farmer’s Markets where there are no stars, reviews, or even listings sometimes

Yes.  Farmer’s Markets.  An arena that is more or less untouched by social media, but more concentrated with social networks.  These social networks can find you freshest non-FDA approved salsa, or the guy who knows a guy who knows a guy who can hook you up with 5 gallons of Georgia peanut butter, or the bee-keeper who happens to know a cheese-maker who’s looking to sell you a few pounds of local grass-fed butter.  All that stuff that I just listed is, technically, illegal underground farmer’s market dealings, and all…

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Author: Paige

Explorer. Healer. Eater. School counselor, teacher, party planner. Personal passions are holistic healthcare education, spirituality, food, and writing.

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