YOU know it makes sense. Buying locally ticks all the right boxes providing produce and services that are available right on your doorstep.
By dealing with local outlets and businesses you’ll be protecting the unique character and diversity of the area in which you live.
The money you spend in the area will be supporting local jobs and wages, and helping to generally improve the well-being of the community.
If more of us spend locally homegrown businesses are more likely to survive, succeed and stay local.
Locally grown and produced food is likely to be fresher, and don’t forget buying locally reduces the carbon footprint of goods imported from long distances sometimes from overseas.
Local is handy, local is fresher. local is good.
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