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Short distribution channel and Eat local vegetables

LeGardePourpreLeGardePourpre Posts: 10,556 Member
edited May 23 in The Sims 4 Ideas Corner
Hi,

It's nice to share the fruits, vegetables and insects with the community in particular if the quality is very good.
It's probably time to sell these local products to the restaurants and improve the quality of the meals.

The sims could also order some products to their favorite local grower who will deliver them at home.
The choice will depend on the season.

Comments

  • MovottiMovotti Posts: 7,086 Member
    I'd love the addition of something like a growfree cart

    Take What You Need, Give What You Can
    They're an unmanned produce swap location
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    They started in my state, and spread to all over the world.

    Some growfree carts are in public locations, such as outside libraries, or shops, while others are outside of private homes.
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    I'm getting closer... all the time
  • joRN1414joRN1414 Posts: 948 Member
    I like this idea... kind of like the yard sale... but more farmers market. Using a separate lot to sell all the goodies that are made. I'm not sure if the new upgraded community lot or putting together multiple sales tables from the new EP is going to go that far, but it would be fun. Plopsy will be used for arts and crafts... etc...
    "Life is like a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death!" -Auntie Mame
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