>70 CAL! (for 1/10 of the product)
You see, since this whey bag that cost £5 to make is brown and has the words natural on it we can sell it to you for £20.
Let's add the words organic and ethical to that as well so we can knock it up to £30.
Organic at least has a legit meaning. If you are distrustful of GMOs and/or the pesticides and herbicides they tens to be sprayed with you may consider paying extra for organic. It is a legal standard.
I'm with you on ethical.
>pesticides and herbicides they tens to be sprayed with
Organic has nothing to do with pesticides, many times food labeled organic will be exposed to more pesticides than the gmo shit,
What you're looking for is stuff explicitly labeled as pesticide free.
Here in burgerstan the FDA still doesn't have very strict standards for "organic" and the word is abused and used by many unsustainable/"unethical" companies/products.
Gonna go ahead & toss
into the mix. Basically just means the chichens get a window to look out of in their containment barn.
don't forget 'free range chicken.'
there's no standard or requirement for how much time a chicken is allowed access to 'the outside.'
open its cage and count to 5. close it up again and BAM!, you have free range chickens.