Adherents of the local food movement argue: buying produce that's grown nearby is good for the community, good for the planet and good for your health. Some farmers in the West African nation of Senegal are trying to make that case to their fellow countrymen, but it's not so easy to get people to change their buying habits. The World's Jori Lewis has the story.
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