locavore


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lo·ca·vore

 (lō′kə-vôr′)
n.
One who mainly eats locally produced food, especially within a specified radius of one's home.

[Coined by Jessica Prentice (born 1968), American chef : loca- (as in local, location, etc.) + -vore (as in carnivore, omnivore, etc.)]
Translations
locavoro
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He said McDonald's is tapping into the consumer locavore trend for locally sourced foods, even if it's indirectly due to freshness constraints.
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