There has been a push recently to “eat local.” Generally considered a greener alternative to food from big box stores that may be shipped hundreds, if not thousands, of miles, the local food initiative is bringing Americans back into healthier eating habits. But what if you want artisanal, local food from way across the country? The year-old website Foodzie.com offers anyone with an internet connection to get to know their grower, even if they live in the city, while their chosen purveyor takes up roost in Southern California. Cheeses, sweets, sauces—even cuts of meat—are available. The site recently underwent a redesign, and is on an e-commerce platform that facilitates the hunting and gathering of some of the best food the internet has to offer, as well as the fast delivery of your delectables.