Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, September 28, 2008
by Rena Delbridge
As prices rise at the grocery store, stories spread about contaminated food and people grow increasingly concerned with carbon footprints, a Fairbanks man is pursuing a grocery alternative.
Dave Lacey wants to establish a cooperative grocery store with a full line of natural foods and green products. Think hormone-free buffalo meat raised in Delta, locally produced milk, green goods like light bulbs and natural sponges, even honey and syrup made in the Interior.
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