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These and many more catchphrases around produce, meat, poultry, and dairy products sourced from producers within the community have fueled the “locavore movement” and it shows no signs of slowing down. This movement has gained so much traction that the New Oxford American Dictionary decided to incorporate the word, “locavore,” or an individual whose diet primarily consists of food sourced within a 100-mile radius, to its repository. In 2007, it made it to the dictionary’s word of the year.
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Judy Sebastian, Food Quality & Safety's blogger, has a dual specialization in public health and safety and organizational development. Equipped with over 10 years of experience in food safety systems implementation, workplace culture assessments, and talent development strategies, she is passionate about global food culture and how it impacts our daily lives. Judy is a certified trainer and consultant with Dubai-based consultancy Apex Food Consultants and is currently based in Portland, Ore. Reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.