> You seem to
> think that Demeter standards will always be stricter than those of the USDA.
> But what if the USDA decides that some or all products MUST be irradiated?
> Impossible? I don't think so. With meat and poultry I think it's almost
Inevitable for intensive farming where animals are not healthy
(health is when a organism is able to fight of any disease) but are
kept in stressfull situations. After that the meat is handled lots of
times and still not in very clean conditions (I don't think EU is worst
then the US) On the other hand people are overprotected, they also don't
build a proper working immunesystem against germs because everything is
overcleaned for germs (it is made into a westernworldwide fobia)
while (safe?) chemicals are everywhere.
Frits v/d Laan
Gouda - Netherlands
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