Oneidas want locally produced food on local tables


The Oneida Tribe of Indians’ foray into establishing a food hub in their community is proving to be so successful that they’d like to see it spread throughout the county. Products that are grown and processed on Oneida land have been feeding the tribe’s elementary students and elderly for some time now, and the tribe has been making a push to make them available for retail sale to the public since December, when the Oneida Market opened in a wing of the Oneida One Stop on Packerland Drive...

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"Oneidas want locally produced food on local tables." The Journal. May 24, 2013. Article. (, accessed January 9, 2017)

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