Caption: Idaho's Bounty Crew, Credit: Paulette Phlipot Photography
Image by: Paulette Phlipot Photography 
Idaho's Bounty Crew 

Delivering Local Food in Winter

From: Guy Hand
Series: Northwest Food News & Edible Idaho
Length: 05:53

A sound rich feature on an Idaho group working to distribute local food in winter. Read the full description.

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[HOST INTRO] The local food movement is exploding in popularity.  At this time of year, though, fresh local produce can seem like a distant memory.  But even as the snow flies, there are people connecting hungry consumers to local food.  

In this installment of Edible Idaho, correspondent Guy Hand visits Idaho’s Bounty Co-op, a pioneer in the distribution of home-grown food.

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Piece Description

[HOST INTRO] The local food movement is exploding in popularity.  At this time of year, though, fresh local produce can seem like a distant memory.  But even as the snow flies, there are people connecting hungry consumers to local food.  

In this installment of Edible Idaho, correspondent Guy Hand visits Idaho’s Bounty Co-op, a pioneer in the distribution of home-grown food.

Broadcast History

Aired on KBSX 91.5 in southern Idaho on 1/4/10

Transcript

Idaho’s Bounty Co-op
Edible Idaho Feature: 0104GH_IdahosBounty.wav Feature 5:18 01/04/10 GH/ed
[HOST INTRO] The local food movement is exploding in popularity. At this time of year, though, fresh local produce can seem like a distant memory. But even as the snow flies, there are people connecting hungry consumers to local food.
In this installment of Edible Idaho, correspondent Guy Hand visits Idaho’s Bounty Co-op, a pioneer in the distribution of home-grown food. (5:18 to soc out; ambient crowd sounds to 5:54; fade at will)
[HOST OUTRO] Idaho’s Bounty serves restaurants and consumers in the Treasure Valley, Wood River Valley and beyond. For more on Idaho’s Bounty or to listen to past Edible Idaho programs, go to northwest food news dot com.
[SCRIPT]
(Picking sounds) (Reed) This is a mesclun mix of lettuce and we have spinach here, we have carrots . . .
(Hand) James Reed is...
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Intro and Outro

INTRO:

[HOST INTRO] The local food movement is exploding in popularity. At this time of year, though, fresh local produce can seem like a distant memory. But even as the snow flies, there are people connecting hungry consumers to local food.
In this installment of Edible Idaho, correspondent Guy Hand visits Idaho’s Bounty Co-op, a pioneer in the distribution of home-grown food. (5:18 to soc out; ambient crowd sounds to 5:54; fade at will)

OUTRO:

[HOST OUTRO] For more on Idaho’s Bounty or to listen to past Edible Idaho programs, go to northwest food news dot com.

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