Food hubs are most often physical places, technology and/or other infrastructure.
However, the only essential part of a food hub is strong, intentional relationships among members of a regional food system.
The business world often refers to network building as “networking.” Regional food systems thrive when stakeholders begin food “hubbing.”
Micah Elconin discusses the practice of food hubbing using the example of his current project Eugene’s Table, a food and beverage partnership that seeks to solidify Greater Eugene’s place as a manufacturing hub for world-class products.
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