The New Oxford American Dictionnary 2007 Word of the Year was "Locavore".
What does it mean?
"A locavore is someone who seeks out locally produced food, usually for ecological reasons".
The term "localvore" is sometimes used.
The locavore movement encourages consumers to eat locally produced foods, sometimes within a specific radius of 50, 100, or 150 miles. It also encourages consumers to buy from farmers’ markets or even to grow their own food.
See blog post 'What's the 100-mile diet' 10 April 2008 for an example of a huge insipiration to many locavores.