Why Standards Matter: The GFA Example

By Mark Inman

In the fall of 2010, a San Francisco-based group called The Seedling Projects organized a group of known food producers, writers, grocers, farmers and chefs to create “The Good Food Awards” (GFA), recognizing producers and food communities around the U.S. that create excellent beer, charcuterie, cheese, chocolate, pickles, preserves and coffee. The group’s goal: to celebrate and reward foods that are delicious, authentic and responsibly produced.

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