Monthly Archives: May 2012

Is Ethical Eating Elite?

I happened to be speaking with someone the other day about ethical eating and the fact it included a diet of locally grown foods, organics and limited or no animal products. “Sure,” was the reply, “but that’s stuff’s expensive. Don’t … Continue reading

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Tyson Foods and Fractured Ethics

Tyson Foods wants you to think they are really nice to their animals. In fact their website claims: “Tyson Foods is committed to the well-being, proper handling, and humane slaughter of all the animals that are used in our food … Continue reading

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It’s Only Natural?

Most of us would prefer to buy “natural” food products, assuming this means pure and unadulterated; just the way nature intended it. It’s a natural assumption, but it could be wrong. Here is how the USDA defines it: “A product … Continue reading

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