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April 14, 2011, 02:19:31 AM
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If you could visit a farmgate or roadside fruit stall and pay with bitcoins that would be a nice service.

Is anyone planning on contacting local farmers and trying to get a bitcoin food supply chain started ?

I am actually. I'm also going to be importing olive oil in to the US (from Chile) and selling it online for btc.
Organic and herb infused as well. It is probably a few months out though but stay tuned.

I love olive oil its too bad I wont be able to buy some in Aus.

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April 14, 2011, 03:57:42 AM
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I'm involved in community supported agriculture where I live. I am in the process of trying to interest farmers in taking bitcoin. I'll keep you posted.

That would be great.
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April 14, 2011, 01:08:57 PM
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If you could visit a farmgate or roadside fruit stall and pay with bitcoins that would be a nice service.

Is anyone planning on contacting local farmers and trying to get a bitcoin food supply chain started ?

I am actually. I'm also going to be importing olive oil in to the US (from Chile) and selling it online for btc.
Organic and herb infused as well. It is probably a few months out though but stay tuned.

I love olive oil its too bad I wont be able to buy some in Aus.



I could probably export to Aus as well but if it's just a gallon or two it's going to be expensive.
If all goes well in the states I'd be happy to export to Aus. Let's see how it goes and  maybe we can work something out.
If I get good reviews from the US customers and you can get a couple of people to go in on it or you want to resell it then I'm sure it will be profitable.
Worst case scenario I'll price it all out and if it's too expensive then we don't do it.

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