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Crowdfunding gastronomic projects

In August 2014, a potato salad project on Kickstarter got over $55,000 in pledges from more than 6,000 people in 74 countries. Potato salad aside, visibility can be a challenge when crowdfunding local gastronomic projects - a problem Foodraising.com is hoping to fix.

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