This is from a new paper in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics looking at Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)"
A related footnote:
The authors also find the interesting result that organic CSAs do receive a price premium over non-organic CSAs, answering the question which serves as the title of their paper, "Does Organic Command a Premium When the Food is Already Local?" However, they only estimate about a 7% premium, which is much lower than that found in many other studies. I would interpret this to mean that local and organic are demand substitutes, but not perfect substitutes.