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Cover Story - October 24, 2008

The power of food

As part of new food movement, more consumers consider ethics when choosing what to eat

by Sue Dremann

Lou Ann Glader handed over a $20 bill at the California Avenue farmers' market in exchange for a locally raised rotisserie chicken earlier this month. Hot off the spit, the juicy bird sizzled, filling the air with an herby aroma. Glader stuffed the chicken into a cloth grocery bag, nestling it in among her other purchases of ripe organic produce.

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