US families put fewer organic foods on their plates as rotten e...

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The rotten economy is eating into sales of organic foods as fewer Americans put these often costly groceries on their plates.

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Since: Jan 07

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Dec 10, 2008
 
Whole Foods is in deep trouble for this recession. Mark my words, we will see dramatic cutbacks, or perhaps even BK for these "mega-organic" grocery stores; the food is wildly expensive, tastes identical to the food you get in Publix, and the stores are far too densely placed. I know some people love Whole Foods, and I occasionally shop there myself, but that place is in deep trouble during this kind of consumer downturn.
bottled water is a scam

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Dec 10, 2008
 
vitaman c and e are a scam! but, bottled water is a scam to rip off yuppies!
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Apr 10, 2009
 

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Since: Jun 07

Pompano Beach

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Apr 10, 2009
 
What happens when the wind blows the pesticides from the non-organic farm over to the organic farm? Are the veggies still organic?

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