Sustainable practices give Philly cafe a trademark

01/25/2010 | WomenEntrepreneur.com

Judy Wicks, owner of the White Dog Cafe in Philadelphia, began buying local produce because it improved her profit margin long before sustainability became popular. "The idea of cooking American food from local farms just seemed like common sense, but it soon became a fad," she said. "Buying from local farmers became our trademark."

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