Now i am always looking for well balanced meals.
I started our trip to healthy when CJ was a toddler and at time (15 years ago) there are not that many options and what little foods there are, they were hard to find. I would drive everywhere or buy foods via mail if these people were organic and natural, gluten-free and dairy free. So you can think about, my first trip shopping at Whole Foods; My spouse and i seemed a child on Christmas morning! There were so many healthy alternatives. I loved it. While I told my account to people and prompted those to eat whole organic and natural foods, many people said it was just too expensive and hard to find. RFS
How sad that processed foods are less costly than whole organic and natural foods.
You will think it would be the opposite as processed foods take more time to make and factories and staff are needed. Unfortunately, the lower quality elements in most fully refined foods allow for a cheaper price. It will not seem to be fair or make much sense, but is actually reality.
We are just beginning to understand and accept the need for whole foods.
Let’s face it, people today are being used to fast convenient foods so that’s what is readily available. It’s Economics 101-the problem is source and demand. There are fewer healthy markets and organic and natural farms so the demand may receive higher, but the supply remains to be low, triggering higher prices. For example, my relative had many food allergic reactions and was also not able to eat foods with preservatives when your woman was growing in the 1970’s. My aunt acquired to drive 20+ kilometers to a health food store for things as simple as almond spread or whole grain bakery. Thankfully today you will find many stores that sell healthier food choices, but it still may be expensive.
Looking for organic and natural foods will get even get easier and more fair!
Walmart is teaming plan Wild Oats organic and natural foods. This essentially means organic and natural foods will be available in almost every area. It also means that organic and natural products will be people paid an improved price. Consumers is not going to have more options on where you can buy organic and natural foods, nevertheless the competition should bring organic and natural prices down over all. This is a win for the consumer.
The likelihood for more organic and natural foods available to everyone excites me.
The fact that Walmart is branching into organics means that the demand for organic and natural food is not simply for the stereotypical health food junkie, but also for the average consumer. This means that more people know about the dangers of eating chemically processed and genetically customized foods and want to change their eating patterns. I think the competition between Walmart and traditional health food markets will raise awareness even more. My hope is that someone will see organic and natural and non-organic foods alongside, see that the cost is similar and decide for organic. My desire would be that folks would then buy fresh organic and natural foods as well. This kind of would also allow organic and natural farmers without GMO produce to become more profitable. People wrongly believe just because organic and natural produce is more expensive, the maqui berry farmers make more money. The truth is it cost more to farm naturally. Whole Foods has long held to the idea that they may be “the buying agents for our customers and not the offering agents for the. inches Unfortunately for this once food revolutionary “food to fork” market has acquired their profits slip, as more grocery stores want to provide customers a healthier way to eat. I really hope stores like Walmart support the dignity and hard work of such small organic and natural farmers that help them make more money as well.
What encouraged Walmart to incorporate organics?
I am just not sure why and maybe it did need to do with wanting a show of the growing “organic” market. I don’t attention though because anything that gets people talking about, buying and eating healthy food choices is good. I really do find it funny that Walmart has a disclaimer stating “This isn’t very about telling our customers what to eat, or is it an recommendation of certain foods. Really about leveraging our range to provide access to the choices that presently elude too many family members in our country. It can only one more way wish helping our customers save money to enable them to live better. ” I assume they no longer want to alienate the people who shop all the rest of the food aisles packed with processed food! Well i guess, I will take any amount of health awareness I can get!