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Any organic product uses less energy to be produced. Although free range hens have a better life they can still be fed on corn that has been grown with pesticides and artificial fertilizer. If you are OK with this buy the cheap eggs but if you are not and you want to reduce your carbon footprint then organic is for you.
I did! You are talking a different language to the average man in the street, organic has more than one meaning now. Next you will be saying that gay only means happy.
Any organic product uses less energy to be produced.
My next aim is to campaign to cut down on unnecessary packaging on food products.
My friend works on GM foods and I actually think that this could be the answer. Obviously we have to tread carefully but feeding the world does need radical but sustainable ideas.
What do you think about "cholesterol-free" fire wood? How about "fat-free" bottled water? "Dolphin-safe" spinach?
Bags of nuts that say "May contain nuts"
Quote from: Make it Lady on 23/01/2009 17:38:46Bags of nuts that say "May contain nuts"Bags of crisps that say 'may not contain much at all'.
On a roll on deodorant "Open lid and push up bottom"
Customer: I would like to buy a de-odorant.Shpe assistant: Ball or aerosol?Customer: No, it's for my armpit.
..to stand it on your head.
Correct, smart beaver!
Anyway none of that has a lot to do with the topic;