endless fees and yearly inspections and
> other tests and state force and fed. forced certification. seems like
> bullshit to me. how can they justify stealing for the poor for no good
> reason. just because a few folks get in a little room and frame their
> mischief and call it law for no good reason what is with that. organic is
> not better organic is not better for the earth so why steal the word organic
Can a farmer just say what he uses /doesn't use on his farm?
There is stilll freedom of speech in this country. It's a shame that
using the term organic when connected to produce has to cost$$$$$$.
So screw the term, and educate the consumer instead... They wanna know
If the quality is there----- they will be repeat customer-----
and( iwould think) be more willing to pay a premium price comparable to
organic but w/o the label... how about a small display poster telling
"Joe/sephine Consumer" how the crops are grown -and what is AND IS NOT
used to produce that crop/product.How this scheme could carry over into
package labeling or flyers in the produce section is beyond me tho...
I realize this is much more complex when talking about anything
above the level of say a farmers market,,,,
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