How bad news about industrial food is good news for raw milk and food rights

From David E. Gumpert on The Complete Patient blog:

“The unsettling news about questionable factory foods just keeps coming.

A few days ago, it was Coca Cola saying it found a fungicide in orange juice it produces in Brazil for sale in the U.S.

A few days before that, the USDA was proposing to approve GMO corn that will be based in part on the herbicide of Vietnam War fame, Agent Orange.

Last year, it was 36 million pounds of Cargill turkey contaminated with antibiotic-resistant salmonella. 

Before that, it was news that more than two-thirds of our chicken is contaminated with campylobacter and/or salmonella, while the public health community looks the other way, and focuses on shutting down dairy farms.

Each time we are reminded of the truly scary dangers in our food system, the marketplace for nutrient-dense foods expands. Each time we learn that we face an increasingly serious risk of being poisoned by legal and illegal adulterants in our food–GMOs, mercury, fungicides, antibiotic-resistant pathogens, and so forth–more people become wary of buying their milk, meat, eggs, cheeses, and vegetables out of the factory system. Each time a new study shows a growing incidence of asthma and allergies, or the dangers of nitrites, artificial sweeteners, and high fructose corn syrup, the unease about shopping at Kroger’s and WalMart increases….”

Read it all on The Complete Patient blog.

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2 responses to “How bad news about industrial food is good news for raw milk and food rights

  1. charles jasunas

    If they can advertise on T.V. about how good their products are for our health when it is not. We should do the same and pay for a T.V. ad to show how raw milk and coconut oil and palm oil is good for our health when it realy IS ! When will profit be less important than the truth ?

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