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Unread March 27th, 2010, 21:27
Rhodie Rhodie is offline
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Default Organic beef

Is the demand for organic beef decreasing due to the economic situation?
Our sales online, via the farm shop and through the major stores that stock the farm lines, have slowed down, but are still increasing sales despite the economy!
Browse the website at Laverstoke Park Farm.
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Unread March 30th, 2010, 06:51
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Its crap.
And another reason why organic beef has been increasing by 20% a year. And natural beef is increasing at a similar rate, and soon will get its own certification so that the term 'natural' actually means something.

People are getting tired of getting lied to and companies relying on fooling tactics to get you to buy their products. Those who never educate themselves into food wont ever know about the dye. But those who try to learn about their food will most likely switch to a higher priced, but less chemical infested brand, but usually only if its convenient enough and not priced too much higher.
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I like post very much which deals with the organic beef.People are getting tired of getting lied to and companies relying on fooling tactics to get you to buy their products. Those who never educate themselves into food wont ever know about the dye. But those who try to learn about their food will most likely switch to a higher priced.
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Let us accept the fact that organic beef are more expensive than ordinary beef. It is more healthy if we embrace the organic rather than living in a lie that company's receive benefits to it.
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I like post very much which deals with the organic beef.

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Its crap.
And another reason why organic beef has been increasing by 20% a year. And natural beef is increasing at a similar rate, and soon will get its own certification so that the term 'natural' actually means something.

People are getting tired of getting lied to and companies relying on fooling tactics to get you to buy their products. Those who never educate themselves into food wont ever know about the dye. But those who try to learn about their food will most likely switch to a higher priced, but less chemical infested brand, but usually only if its convenient enough and not priced too much higher.

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