I went to the grocery store last night and bought organic milk. Organic…milk? I’m sorry. I’m simply saying…don’t they just take the milk from a cow? In what instance is milk not organic? Do some cows create the organic kind of milk while others do not?
Then, they charge you extra for organic milk because it’s healthier for you. Well…if the milk that’s not organic is less healthy, then why is it being sold in the first place? Plus, the “not-as-healthy milk” is cheaper, but the stuff you’re really supposed to drink is expensive. Of course, individuals and families on a tight budget will likely buy the cheaper, not-as-healthy milk. I…I don’t understand what’s going on.
It’s the same with veggies. You plant them, they grow, you ship them to the store. What’s so difficult about that? But some are “organic” and more expensive while the majority of the veggies are…um…un-organic, less expensive, and apparently less healthy for people to eat. Yet, they sell them anyway.
Could they just produce our consumables the way they’re supposed to across the board at a reasonable price and quit with the organic, not organic thing? If organic is the best, then only produce that. Get rid of everything else. I know it’s Christmas time and I’m not supposed to go on a small tangent (too late). I only want to know “why” this is a recurring theme in the food department. And those cows who do not produce organic milk (I don’t know who they might be) but they have to stop right now…or be fixed…or something. Because they’re milk should be…organic. Honestly, you are a cow.