“Try organic food or as your grandparents called it, ‘Food.’”
This is so true! It’s so funny how people have to pay extra to purchase products with less ingredients in them. We all need to get back to the basics and see that FOOD should be FOOD. Today I have a few things that can remind your grandparents and educate yourselves on what food used to be and what it should be.
Lets take a look at this beautiful, leafy salad loaded with color. None of those colors are artificial, the only thing washed off of this produce is dirt but never did a pesticide or genetically modified ingredient touch this. It’s beautiful, healthy and simply delicious. The only reason this salad won’t last for 4 weeks is because it shouldn’t! Fresh veggies are so delicious but if they’ve been fresh for that long, consumers should be more concerned with that fact than the few cents they’d be saving by not eating organically.
“Poor quality is expensive” – Keith Stockton
I’m almost a sophomore at the University of Colorado and my professor for introduction to operations, Keith Stockton, always told us last year that poor quality is expensive. I believe this is true because as consumers continue eating genetically modified food and produce covered in pesticides, organic consumers stay away from those terrible additives and prevent harmful diseases that aren’t only costly to wallets but to the bodies of consumers as well.
Eating organically is safe, clean and natural. We should all get back to the basics and make and eat food the good old fashioned way!