There's a lot of talk about food these days. Rising prices. GMOs. Tainted everything. Eat more of this and less of that. Yesterday's health food is today's question mark. Organic? Local? Is your food straight from the farmer's hands? Or is it better travelled than you? Does it matter?

Canadian architect Donald Chong has said that “small fridges make great cities”, linking smaller European style refrigerators to daily walks or bike rides to local shops for fresh food. And that hyperlocal approach seems to be resonating with consumers in 2018, looking to spend less time shopping for food overall, but willing to shop more frequently—sometimes even daily—especially when it comes to in-season produce.

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