We are lucky in that there are plenty of local farms around to supply us with fresh fruits and vegetables. After our experience with the CSA, we tend to eat a bit more seasonally than we did in the past. I wait until spring for the absolutely delicious strawberries grown right down the street instead of buying the huge, flavorless ones at the grocery store in December. And when it's apple season locally, we go through pounds and pounds of apples every week.
Also, a few years ago, Gerry made the decision to switch to local meat sources in an effort to avoid all the nasties associated with commercial meat production. I have to admit, I am always hoping he'll give up meat entirely, but it doesn't look like that will ever happen. He does eat less meat now that he is paying more for it, so that's a good thing.
Now I don't mean to give the impression that we are super hardcore about buying local. We have the pineapple and bananas in our kitchen right now to prove we aren't! We try to shop thoughtfully, though, and it's important to both of us to support local farmers and businesses when we can!