Trevor Clatterbuck has been bringing the eat-local movement into Cleveland homes one bag of food at a time. In 2008, the Case Western Reserve University graduate founded Fresh Fork Market, which now works with nearly 100 local farms and provides a weekly food delivery to more than 1,000 subscribers. Clatterbuck plans to grow that number to 2,500 this summer.
Q. How does Fresh Fork work?
Q. What goes in each bag?
Q. What are the biggest benefits?
Q. What's in Fresh Fork's future?
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March 19, 2012