Saturday, June 6, 2015

Organic Takeover: Toxic Food Makers Lose $4 Billion in Sales in One Year


Consumers are leaving toxic food makers’ products behind on grocery store shelves faster than you can say ‘organic.’ Big Food lost $4 billion in sales last year alone due to their inability to answer market demand for non-GM, organic food that doesn’t contain high fructose corn syrup, gluten, antibiotics, growth hormones, MSG, and other toxic additives. Meanwhile, organic food is absolutely exploding.
Big Food has a multi-billion dollar problem on their hands, and this is why they have spent so much money trying to defeat GMO labeling bills in multiple states – but they can’t get around the awakening public’s demand for better food. It is staring them right in the face.


1 comment:

Doom said...

Yeah... not. Oh, sure, sales may be down... $4b? Sure, why not. But organic food hasn't replaced it. If I had to bet my life, I would bet that organic food is doing even worse. No money, no more credit? Guess what, people actually do eventually stop spending. They really do. Cars, houses, milk... organic or not, clothes, shoes, supplies (for anything and everything), they are all down. Some major chains have 6,000 stores on the block to be closed. So... yeah. But "organic" food is not replacing regular food.

Good thing too. Between how "organic" farms work, and the lack of jobs, and this administration, people would just be forced to work on "organic" farms. The only way those can work, essentially, is with slave labor. And it seems even the illegals aren't too keen on even working, at this point. So, it would be locals. You can keep your organics. More people are eating simpler, eating at home, more gardening, things like that. "Organic" and "non-gmo" are not rising. Hmm, I wonder if Zero will bail them out en masse too? Won't save them any more than it saved green energy, if it will put some cronies in the black. I suppose you can hope. I don't, none of it, but you can. Believe as you like.