Call it doughnutgate or doughnexit: 2005 saw Minnesota say goodbye to Dunkin’ Donuts. That year, the Massachusetts-based company swept up the last of its sugared crumbs and sold its lone Austin, MN franchise, leaving those who craved their Dunkin’ fix with one option: roadtrip.
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The concept of farm-to-table is a great idea. It emphasizes alternatives to industrialized, processed foods, and attempts to strengthen local economies and food systems by directly supporting farmers. But along the way, farm-to-table got co-opted. The same companies and practices the movement intended to reject instead took it over. As it stands today, “farm-to-table” is just a buzz phrase, largely stripped of any meaning it once had.