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The open-source software developed by the Oklahoma Food Co-op to facilitate a virtual farmers' market is now being used by three co-ops in Ontario - the Eastern Ontario Local Food Co-op, the Ottawa Valley Food Co-op, and the Niagara Local Food Co-op.
The Niagara Local Food Co-op uses open source software developed by the Oklahoma Food Co-op to run a virtual farmers' market. This year's strategic planning session brought the co-op to looking carefully at the years ahead. By Allison Smith on April 3, 2012, in