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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Ajalon
Randy George, who owns Red Hen Baking Co. in Middlesex, Vt., said the quality of local grains has "come a long way."
"It has grains from three different farms in it, and you know, it's fun. I know all these guys, I know all three of them and I'm making a bread right from their farms," said Mr. George, who buys 65,000 pounds of local grain a year, compared with just 15,000 pounds he bought three years ago.