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Cracovia is a continental restaurant in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Cracovia offers a French-Polish twist to the continental cuisine which originated in large hotels. Suggested dishes are goose mousse, skewered lamb, trout filet, and schnitzel.
Roadblocks in the food supply chain prevent much of North Carolina’s agricultural products from being sold in the Triangle area. The Triangle area is better at providing local options than many places, but eating local food takes work on behalf of consumers and suppliers. The lack of infrastructure to help small and mid-sized producers get their food products to local markets is holding is preventing local food options from making it to consumers, but local farmers, agriculture support organizations, and the state government are working to make the process smoother. Examples of the progress are detailed.