I cant decide if I want to look like a snack or eat one shirt, guy tee, lady tee
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Ash is 99/1 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
I just got back from a “farming conference” in California. (That’s what the locals were calling it.) It was actually an informative gathering of industry leaders to discuss specifics such as tax code changes, soil health, fertility, conservation, cover crops, and pollinators, just to name a few, just I cant decide if I want to look like a snack or eat one shirt.
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Once we got to talking, it became clear that the reason they were so unsure about us was their fear of the industry we work in. Brought on, of course, by all the Non-GMO/organic hype. Americans are literally scared of their food source. How did it get this far out of hand? Is there anything we can do about it? I understand, we all want to be good parents and good citizens-making the right decision when it comes to our food. Repeat that’s I cant decide if I want to look like a snack or eat one shirt again. I am not going to convince you one way or another with a post written on facebook. But I just ask that you do a little research and check out both side’s arguments from credible sources.
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We all know the types of foods we should be eating-whole grains, fruits, vegetables. They don’t have to be fresh, they can be frozen or even canned will work. The same logic goes for the fact that they don’t have to be organic or Non GMO as long as you are eating them. Humans have been genetically modifing fruits and vegetables for 1000s of years. One example is the strawberry we are all used to seeing in the store. It is a modification of the same berry but from two different continents. But I cant decide if I want to look like a snack or eat one shirt. Papayas, potatoes, apples, all of these have genetics that have been modified. You think the honeycrisp apple just grew that way in nature? No, that thing actually has a patent on it.