Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Greek farmers cut out the middleman and start selling direct toconsumers.

In an effort to break the hold of cartels on the Greek food market, groups have been springing up in small towns and cities across the country which are using the internet to sell their produce directly to consumers and so avoid the massive price hikes which mean that agricultural products on supermarket shelves cost anything up to 1000% more than the prices paid out to farmers.

Thessaloniki, Greece.

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