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  • Germany's appetite for local produce
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Germany's appetite for local produce

Germans are developing an increasing appetite for produce grown on their home soil. Three in four people prefer food items to not only be ‘Made in Germany’, but to also be sourced from the same region or state - creating a sense of not just local, but hyper-local.

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