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Posted by Ana Maria Gašpar 14 Jan 15

If fresh food, typically sold at the farmers’ markets, was as easily available as fast food kiosks or ATM machines – that is, if a part of the market, a food stall, could be found at almost any part of the city – the need to consume fresh produce would increase. This could be achieved by relocating parts of the farmers’ market to various parts of the city, through displacing a multifunctional food stall where the produce is sold, prepared and consumed. Subsequently, the level of consumption and the level of interest for of healthy foods would increase.
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