Buy Fresh Buy Local Consumer Survey 2020
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Your location (optional but appreciated and very helpful).
 

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2.
 Age bracket:
Under 25
25-34
35-50
Over 50
3.
Approximately how many times during the last 12 months have you used the Buy Fresh Buy Local Farm and Food Guide to make purchasing decisions?
Never
1-3
4-10
10 or more
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4.
If you used the Buy Fresh Buy Local Farm and Food Guide during the last 12 months, how do you access the guide?
Paper Copy
Digital Copy
5.
If you used a paper copy, where did you pick it up? Please be as specific as possible (farm stand, Chamber of Commerce, farmers market, hotel, etc.)
 

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6.
How often do you usually source locally produced products?
Weekly
Monthly
Seasonally
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What types of product have you sourced locally over the last 12 months?
Produce
Seafood/ Shellfish
Beef
Pork
Poultry
Eggs
Honey
Alcoholic Beverages
Value-Added (jams, jellies, baked goods)
Other  
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8.
What do you perceive as barriers to buying locally produced products?
Cost
Access
Convenience
Other  
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9.

Where/ how do you buy local products? Feel free to specify in the comments section below

I shop at local farmers markets to find locally sourced foods.
I joined a CSA.
I shop at local farm stands.
I frequent restaurants that source local foods.
I have started a garden to provide my own fruits and vegetables.
Other  
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10.

If you shop at farmers markets which do you frequent? 

Bass River Farmers' Market
Brewster Historical Society Farmers' Market
Cape Cod Beer Farmers' Market
Chatham Farmers' Market
Falmouth Farmers' Market
Harwich Farmers' Market
Orleans Farmers' Market
Osterville Farmers' Market
Provincetown Farmers' Market
Sandwich Farmers' Market on Historic Route 6A
Truro Farmers' Market
Waquoit Spring Farmers' Market
Wellfleet Farmers' Market
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11.

What local food initiatives would you like to see more of?

Consumer education on hobby farming (chickens, beekeeping, preservation)
Meet-Your-Farmer shopping events
Farm-to-table dining events
Social media postings
Cooking classes and demos utilizing local seasonal food
Buy Fresh Buy Local presence at community events
Restaurant promotions
Year-round newsletters (current schedule is May-December)
Off-season (January-April) Events
Cooking class/ food demonstrations utilizing local seasonal products
Volunteer opportunities picking/ gleaning produce at farms
Other  
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12.
How far would you be willing to drive to attend a farmers market if new regional markets ever were consolidated?
up to 10 miles
10 to 20 miles
20 to 30 miles
up to 50 miles
50+ miles
13.

What can Buy Fresh Buy Local do to better connect you with locally grown Cape Cod producers and products?

 

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