It’s amazing what one truck can do. It can circle the county, picking up fresh food products from a dozen farms in a single day. It’s more efficient for us to drive to the farms than for each farmer to haul their produce into a distribution center, reload it onto other trucks and ship it all over the country. We stay local, which means fewer miles driven, less time in transit for food and people both, a smaller carbon footprint. It’s more efficient to move food on a small scale, so we can buy more produce without worrying that it will spoil in transit or not get bought and eaten on the other end. And that means that our farmers can sell everything they grow.