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In A Crowded CSA Market, Specialization Is Survival

In an over-sized food market, little guys have to evolve to survive

    U.S. consumers’ hunger for fresh, local and organic foods has fed a marketplace that’s so big, little guys are — once again — having to evolve and specialize.

    It’s especially true with community-supported agriculture programs (CSAs), which had been growing for years, but are starting to wane in the face of the rise of meal-kit companies and an oversaturated market.

    What sets CSAs apart, Payet said, is the ability to create a community, provide a convenience and, crucially, offer something unique. And that’s where Alaskan salmon comes in.

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