AgLocal in TechCrunch: Software Eats Meat

AgLocal made TechCrunch yesterday as Sarah Perez describes how Nait Jones is offering the AgLocal marketplace which connects farmers to meat buyers and distributors.  The company is now launching in New York City with 20 celebrity, top-rated and otherwise widely known chefs on board.

Currently  in a private testing period, AgLocal introduces technology into an ordering system that, to date, has largely operated offline through phone calls, faxes and, yes, sometimes even Post-It notes.  AgLocal is providing a platform that historically did not exist!

Read more here.

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