Use taxes to promote local food
There are many hidden costs in having mass produced low cost food, as some inspirations have shown. This concept is to leverage a sales tax on non-organic, non-local food products, and use the revenues to subsidise local food production.
As we have seen in some inspirations, local food and organically produced food are perceived as being expensive, and sometimes really are more expensive. However, hidden costs of the non-organic/non-local food products can make those actually more costly. Subsidies for mass-producers, sometimes even healthcare costs and environmental impact of long-distance transport should all be factored in. But that can be a difficult exercise. Putting a sales tax on non-organic and non-local food could help, especially if the revenues benefit local producers.