You Are What You Eat

 

By Amanda Weisbrod

“It’s a lot better to educate, to train and to teach, and then people make their own decisions. It will last a lot longer and make a bigger difference in their life than making a law,” she said. “Organic (farming) is where it is because it comes from the grassroots and people make their own choices. It’s not because the big companies are doing it, it’s because consumers are demanding it. I think if we educate our consumers, they will demand more organic food and more availability of it.”

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