Food processor forms worker cooperatives to maintain role in local food system

When Dan Rosenberg and Addie Holland founded Real Pickles in Greenfield, Mass., in 2001, it was with the intention of creating a different kind of food processor. They...

When Dan Rosenberg and Addie Holland founded Real Pickles in Greenfield, Mass., in 2001, it was with the intention of creating a different kind of food processor. They aimed to create a business that was not only financially successful, but was also deeply rooted in the local community and that moved large enough volumes of vegetables to have a real beneficial impact on the local economy. In doing so, they also wanted to ensure that the volume of crops being handled did not come at the expense of the environment.


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