Between the time I posted it and now it has become less of a quote and more of a crises: I called 30 peach farmers in southern Texas and only 1 of them grew organically and 1 "near" organically.
Why does only one out of six farmers growing (near) organically constitute a crisis?
As more research is surfacing about the deadly, sickly, and potentially disastrous effects of conventionally grown food, and the veil that covers so much of the practice, it shouldn’t be difficult for those seeking good food to find it; how are consumers supposed to buy organic if there isn’t any available?
I called a couple of stores in the area that offer organic food and I asked them, where do you get your peaches? Their answer: California. (Post Continued below)
But if someone wants to differ from the fold and be willing to pay extra for organic food because they see this problem? Well, they may not have that option.
In a country where the food system is among the most advanced in the world, and we cannot obtain organic food that is grown within 1000 miles of us; while we live in a world that is increasingly relying on chemicals to create food is a crises waiting to happen.
Because of this crises waiting to happen, Your Freshest Food will only be able to deliver conventionally grown food in June.