Shareable Food Movement Meets the Law

The Sustainable Economies Law Center just published an article on the legalities of the “underground food movement” or the “shareable food movement,” as they prefer to call it. They’re hoping it will positively influence any precedent set while the SF Underground Market, goat herd-sharing in San Jose, food swapping in Oakland, and various other community food activities are in legal limbo. (Click here for more about the SF Underground Market’s troubles.)

Read the full article by the Sustainable Economies Law Center here.

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