Friday, April 1, 2011

Food In Post-Earthquake Japan

Here's a a brief report on what's happening with food in Japan, via David O'Neil, a leading expert and consultant in the field of public markets and their local economies. The biggest issues may be (1) public perception, and (2) problems with refrigeration due to power outages. "…[F]ood from japan is still far safer & of higher quality than most products from elsewhere."

The rest of David O'Neil's blog is an excellent resource for folks interested in public markets.

1 comment:

M.E. said...

Thanks for sharing the link...I've been following this situation closely.