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World Food Supply: Who ranks the highest in quality?
    #2831411 - 06/26/04 07:44 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

Has there been any studies of some sort, that determine which country has the highest quality when it comes to food supply based on Non G.E. (Geneticaly Engeneered) Food related deaths and sicknesses, Low hormone and steroids in beef and other meats, pesticides, herbacides and fungicides with grains and produce?
You get the idea....have there been any studies like this? Because I sort of predict that maybe North America isnt very high on this list, and that probably Europeans are higher up in Quality because they complain more and have always been pickier anyways.

What do the rest of you think, or preferably, KNOW whos better off? Or are we ALL bound to face the same tainted food no matter where we go?



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Re: World Food Supply: Who ranks the highest in quality? [Re: Northernsoul]
    #2831454 - 06/26/04 08:05 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

buy organic. buy free range. buy hormone\antibiotic free.  :thumbup:

hormones, antibiotics, factory farms, pesticides etc. allow you to buy meat and produce cheap. you can always pay full price for the clean stuff. i know i do whenever possible.

many healthfood stores and pretty much all grocery stores have organic produce sections. you can buy free-range, organic eggs everywhere now... the only thing that's still kindof hard to find organic is milk (blech) and meat, though free-range organic chicken is becoming more common.

someone (i think it was baby_hitler) posted a very good link a little while back for finding organic foods. maybe he'll post the link again.

you know... we do have a culinary arts forum now...  :wink:

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