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Food Movement Glossary

Resilience

Definition:

The ability to persist, innovate and transform into more favorable configurations in the face of change; the capacity for self-organization, to learn and adapt. Related terms: Adaptability

Example of Resilience :

New local farmers that recently embark in the food industry must be able to be resilient amongst its giant competitors. Often times it means to lower their price point.
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