After all, he continues, "in Minnesota, most of us have some connection to the land and most of us know how good fresh food should be, and that's key. It's our responsibility to remember flavor. Sure, big California farms are starting to grow organic Sweet 100 cherry tomatoes. They will be cheaper than the ones you like, but they won't taste the same."
Barth Anderson is heading up organic certification for Minneapolis's Wedge Community Co-op