Farmers Markets Avert Main Line Food Desert; Fake CSAs Inspire Vigilance on the Veggie Front

With supermarkets becoming increasingly scarce, farmers markets keep the Main Line from becoming the regions toniest food desert. [Inquirer]

Grass-fed beef, seasonal farm-fresh produce, and locally sourced craft beers are giving New Jersey diners a locavore twist. [Newsworks]

If you needed any proof about the robustness of the organic-foods market, just look at the success of the Annie's IPO this week. [Forbes]

Whole Foods has pledged that beginning Earth Day, they'll stop selling fish caught in ecologically damaging methods or from depleted waters. How were they not doing this already? [USAT]

Something new to worry about: "fake CSAs." Know your veg source. [Salt/NPR]