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Comment by Pete Russell on February 4, 2010 at 9:07am
Where doing what we can until someone comes to stop us. It would be a very unpopular move though. We're clearly not breaking the rules to give people unethical and unsafe products. So we'll argue the point then if it ever comes to it.
Comment by Ian D. Miller on February 4, 2010 at 9:03am
Oh really? How are you working around the code? Or are you just "flying under the radar" at this point?
Comment by Pete Russell on February 4, 2010 at 8:45am
Yep. Similar issues here actually Ian. Ah the politics eh?
Comment by Ian D. Miller on February 4, 2010 at 8:37am
I was running a booth like this (a produce consignment booth) at a farmers' market here in San Diego for about a year before I was told to stop. Farmers' Markets in the US (most of them I know of) require all sellers be the growers of the crops. It's a measure to make sure that people aren't just buying stuff from a major grocery store and then selling it at the market or otherwise "unethically" or "unsafely" acquiring produce and selling it at the market.

Still have hopes of doing something like this, but wanted to let you know about a challenge here in San Diego. Would love to talk further about your plans and projects. Sounds like we have a lot of similar ideas.

-Ian
San Diego Food Not Lawns

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