Not in the Chicago area where I shop. If they are going down at all from
already inflated level, it is because people are beginning to catch on that
of this organic thing is just a way to scam them.
Only in your mind, Sherwin. You see the word Organic and lose all
logical sense. Whatever are you going to do when the organic method
is the norm? You'd better stockpile your beloved chemicals before
they stop selling them due to lack of demand.
Sherwin, what area of the country are you in? Because I can assure
you organic produce is no novelty around here. You are truly
beginning to sound completely out of touch, and a bit paranoid.
Whether you like it or not, organics are here to stay, and will
continue to grow, as more and more people become educated as to just
exactly how manipulated our food supply is and how bad your beloved
chemicals are for them. Thankfully!
I live in a northern suburb of Chicago where many stores like
Whole Foods are pushing the organic thing. By novelty, I am
refering to history over the past decade. I know organic growing
has been around for a long time, but we are only seeing it in any
great numbers over the past few years in our supermarkets and
I never said organics is going away. I'm just waiting for the prices to come
down to a level where I can afford to buy them. I grow my own fruit and
vegetables in our growing season, but in the winter I rely on store bought
produce. Until the US government comes out with actual standards on
organic foods, I can't trust something that is just labeled organic. Too
slick people jumping in here to make big profits. In the meantime, I will
my chances with non-organic food, but take necessary precautions to wash,
peel, etc. anything that I think may be harmful.
You mean you are seeing it again.
It was all organic until
"too many slick people jumping in here to make big profits"
came along in the form of patent and GMO seed producers and chemical
I'd offer that given the embedding of the chemical companies and their
lobby within our government, the U.S. government may be the last
people you want to certify anything.
U.S.D.A. organic isn't.
There are NGO certification organizations that are competent,
trustworthy, and thorough.
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