Ontario farm foods need local logo: report

CBC News, November 12, 2009
Ontario consumers would prefer to purchase local meat, wine and produce, but are often unable to distinguish easily where a product is from, a report has found.
The report, based on a survey and focus groups, was conducted by the Ontario organization OnTrace Agri-food Traceability, in collaboration with Toronto research firm the Strategic Counsel.

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