The farm-to-table movement has arisen more or less concurrently with changes in attitudes about food safety, food freshness, food seasonality, and small-farm economics. Advocates and practitioners of the farm-to-table model frequently cite the scarcity of fresh, local ingredients, the poor flavor of ingredients shipped from afar, the poor nutritional integrity of shipped ingredients, the disappearance of small family farms, the disappearance of heirloom and open-pollinated fruits and vegetables, and the dangers of a highly centralized food growing and distribution system as motivators for their decision to adopted a more locavore approach to the food system.
Farm 2 Fork aims to bring closer the high-quality Hungarian vegetables and fruits producers to consumers. To achieve this goal, they work with producers on a daily basis and the personal relationships are equally important with their customers. During their operation they focus on environmentally friendly solutions and to minimize packaging.
Photos – Krisztián Lakosi L²