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Doylestown Has Food Co-op In Future
A Doylestown food co-op is opening in the near future. It will provide fresh, locally produced food for the surrounding area. Co-op Director and Board President Lisa White says it not only benefits local farmers, but also provides good products to consumers.
“When you walk into the Doylestown Food Co-op you’re going to walk in feeling really good that the food that’s in that store is locally produced, healthy for you and that you know where it came from and how it was produced.”
White also wants the co-op to educate people about healthy food choices.
The store is run by its members, who pay an annual fee and volunteer at the store. People receive numerous benefits for being members. White recently appeared on the WNPV program “Bucks-Mont Live.”