Oxford Dictionary word of the year is not carbon-neutral, that was last year’s, silly.
This year it’s Locavore – "to describe and promote the practice of eating a diet consisting of food harvested from within an area most commonly bound by a 100 mile radius."
If you want to know even more about Locavores and how they came about to create the word and this health ‘movement’ to eat locally grown produce, check out this San Francisco Chronicle article.
Runners up to Word of the Year include:
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