Nutrition Business Journal

Wheres our share?

Is the nutrition industry ignoring a new paradigm in the sharing economy?

There is an intersection in a residential neighborhood a dozen blocks from the NBJ offices where gardens grow in the yards and medians, creating a patchwork farm of sorts. One of the neighbors leads the efforts, but a tight circle of homeowners offers the space and the water. In return they get fresh food.

And community.

If you needed a true example of sharing nutrition in the so-called “sharing economy” thi

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