Why not charge people for water? It’s something our food industry has perfected

“Commercially made organic food is not commensurate with quality. You lose the care, the traceability, all the things you believed were intrinsic to the organic manifesto. The giants start whittling away at the corners, because quality is not their prime objective. I’m not saying that the organicness is the problem; more that it’s the cynical abuse of something people have worked hard at because they believe in it, and which is now being exploited purely for financial gain.”

Posted February 22, 2001

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