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The Future Of Food

The Future Of Food offers an in-depth investigation into the disturbing truth behind engineered foods that have quietly filled U.S. grocery store shelves for the past decade.

This film will really make you think twice about the food you buy, and how evil big corporations can be. This film is on Hulu TV.

http://www.hulu.com/...-future-of-food


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Have you ever seen Food Inc? That is another eye opener but thanks for posting this too. We are almost like guinea pigs here, having these new and often unregulated [nor tested] GM food tried on us. Furthermore, other foods or livestock are laced in chemicals and hormones. My wife read about chicken's feed homes that makes their breasts grow so large that the chickens are unable to walk. #######.

We only buy organic produce now. Even the meat [chicken, beef, lamb, turkey] we purchase must be grass feed and have no hormones or other chemicals. Milk being organic is just a no-brainier to me, considering it is liquid.

The best thing someone can do is go try the food in countries like AUS, where there is 22 million, and I guarantee you will notice the difference and freshness in quality. Which also raises the immigration question. While countries like Australia are considering the impact of population in 80 years now and adjusting immigration accordingly, many here still [unbelievably] advocate for open borders and are clapping in joy that America will hit over 500 million in a few decades. What do these ideological geniuses assume will happen to the food quality by then? That is, to feed such a population; particularly considering corners are cut not to feed 310 million.


According to the Internal Revenue Service, the 400 richest American households earned a total of $US138 billion, up from $US105 billion a year earlier. That's an average of $US345 million each, on which they paid a tax rate of just 16.6 per cent.

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The Future Of Food

The Future Of Food offers an in-depth investigation into the disturbing truth behind engineered foods that have quietly filled U.S. grocery store shelves for the past decade.

This film will really make you think twice about the food you buy, and how evil big corporations can be. This film is on Hulu TV.

http://www.hulu.com/...-future-of-food

A person in this country can raise all the food they need if engineered food is a problem for them.


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Have you ever seen Food Inc? That is another eye opener but thanks for posting this too. We are almost like guinea pigs here, having these new and often unregulated [nor tested] GM food tried on us. Furthermore, other foods or livestock are laced in chemicals and hormones. My wife read about chicken's feed homes that makes their breasts grow so large that the chickens are unable to walk. #######.

We only buy organic produce now. Even the meat [chicken, beef, lamb, turkey] we purchase must be grass feed and have no hormones or other chemicals. Milk being organic is just a no-brainier to me, considering it is liquid.

The best thing someone can do is go try the food in countries like AUS, where there is 22 million, and I guarantee you will notice the difference and freshness in quality. Which also raises the immigration question. While countries like Australia are considering the impact of population in 80 years now and adjusting immigration accordingly, many here still [unbelievably] advocate for open borders and are clapping in joy that America will hit over 500 million in a few decades. What do these ideological geniuses assume will happen to the food quality by then? That is, to feed such a population; particularly considering corners are cut not to feed 310 million.

No, I have not seen Food Inc, but will try and find it online.

Yeah, it's frightening what some will do, like the use of bacteria and virus in the gene making of corn in this film. We try our best to grow our own vegetables, we have the perfect year round weather and soil conditions. Organic, is the best way.


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I don’t know if everything’s better there, my lil-island pretty nice and we have good local grown kaukau (food) that you don’t find anywhere else.


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Sam's club yesterday had some weird combo-fruit. I think it was half plum half apricot - I didn't buy that.
You are missing out my friend. Those things are delicious. They aren't GM. But naturally selected and breed fruits. Like pink or purple carrots. GM food aren't as bad as people make them out to be. GO GM. Edited by IndigoSkies

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Have you ever seen Food Inc? That is another eye opener but thanks for posting this too. We are almost like guinea pigs here, having these new and often unregulated [nor tested] GM food tried on us. Furthermore, other foods or livestock are laced in chemicals and hormones. My wife read about chicken's feed homes that makes their breasts grow so large that the chickens are unable to walk. #######.

We only buy organic produce now. Even the meat [chicken, beef, lamb, turkey] we purchase must be grass feed and have no hormones or other chemicals. Milk being organic is just a no-brainier to me, considering it is liquid.

The best thing someone can do is go try the food in countries like AUS, where there is 22 million, and I guarantee you will notice the difference and freshness in quality. Which also raises the immigration question. While countries like Australia are considering the impact of population in 80 years now and adjusting immigration accordingly, many here still [unbelievably] advocate for open borders and are clapping in joy that America will hit over 500 million in a few decades. What do these ideological geniuses assume will happen to the food quality by then? That is, to feed such a population; particularly considering corners are cut not to feed 310 million.

That's easy. Some of our military placement around the world (see: Africa) and other areas which we are heavily trying to find ways to get closer to (see: South America) are setting up the United States to be able to power grab resources from the rest of the world.... Which we'll share with Europe, so all will be good. Well, at least in those who are planning right now and their little heads.

People here will eat. Just at the expense of the rest of the world.


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You are missing out my friend. Those things are delicious. They aren't GM. But naturally selected and breed fruits. Like pink or purple carrots. GM food aren't as bad as people make them out to be. GO GM.

"Arent as bad" Ever hear of Starlink

Kraft Foods recalled millions of taco shells sold to many (Taco Bell was one of the unlucky ones) possibly containing StarLink, a

genetically engineered variety of corn that produces the Cry9C protein. The corn is not supposed to be in the human food supply because of concerns it

might trigger allergic reactions, and in some cases it did.


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That's easy. Some of our military placement around the world (see: Africa) and other areas which we are heavily trying to find ways to get closer to (see: South America) are setting up the United States to be able to power grab resources from the rest of the world.... Which we'll share with Europe, so all will be good. Well, at least in those who are planning right now and their little heads.

People here will eat. Just at the expense of the rest of the world.

Paul I think you have lost credibility regarding food bud. Cough Cough Sodium thread.

Yea, go to Australia, everything's better there.

I prefer the spook methodology of are they happy.


According to the Internal Revenue Service, the 400 richest American households earned a total of $US138 billion, up from $US105 billion a year earlier. That's an average of $US345 million each, on which they paid a tax rate of just 16.6 per cent.

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Have you ever seen Food Inc? That is another eye opener but thanks for posting this too. We are almost like guinea pigs here, having these new and often unregulated [nor tested] GM food tried on us. Furthermore, other foods or livestock are laced in chemicals and hormones. My wife read about chicken's feed homes that makes their breasts grow so large that the chickens are unable to walk. #######.

We only buy organic produce now. Even the meat [chicken, beef, lamb, turkey] we purchase must be grass feed and have no hormones or other chemicals. Milk being organic is just a no-brainier to me, considering it is liquid.

The best thing someone can do is go try the food in countries like AUS, where there is 22 million, and I guarantee you will notice the difference and freshness in quality. Which also raises the immigration question. While countries like Australia are considering the impact of population in 80 years now and adjusting immigration accordingly, many here still [unbelievably] advocate for open borders and are clapping in joy that America will hit over 500 million in a few decades. What do these ideological geniuses assume will happen to the food quality by then? That is, to feed such a population; particularly considering corners are cut not to feed 310 million.

I agree that we need to make food quality more of a priority. But this is not about population growth. Corners are cut to feed a population of 310 million not because we are short on food but because people are trying to make a dime. We could feed 500 million or even billions and do it without cutting corners if there was demand for it and people wouldn't buy the food where corners were cut.

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Paul I think you have lost credibility regarding food bud. Cough Cough Sodium thread.

Please. Just because I think food establishments should be left alone on this. I like me salt sometimes and I make the CHOICE to eat or not to eat at certain places... that is neither here nor there for this thread though.....


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