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THE NEW FOOD NETWORK

Portland’s first food hub is bringing the farm to a bigger table.
Foodie paradise Ecotrust food-systems expert Amanda Oborne’s research was the basis for the project design of the Redd on Salmon Street.

It’s easy enough to buy a handful of heirloom tomatoes at a local farmers’ market. But what if you need 400—or even 4,000—of them? What if you want to bring

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