yes, we do still have freedom of
And with the conventionally produced
But most of the people over here still eat the cheap
Wow, this has gotten long! ;-)
Thanks for replying. It's nice to see what's going on in another country.
It's fine that it's not always in the media. as long as the public is aware of it, but here most people aren't, or really think it's okay since we're all fed the same foods without any warnings and we think that the government is protecting us.
Here Monsanto and their products are in bed
Our foods are labeled with ingredients, but you really have to dig down deep and research to see where exactly the ingredients are coming from. Due to this and the government approving the foods it's really hard to not eat GMO's.
Even the organic foods aren't safe unless you really research them. Seems to me that the only way to make sure we eat
You reminded me of when we still lived in Germany. I remember not having meat many days. It was not a big deal and seemed normal to us. When we did have meat, it was not unlimited like it is here now. Rarely will someone have just ONE piece of chicken, steak or pork and in the summer our grills are filled with meat. Our eating habits are totally out of control.
I've stopped eating meats and dairy products until further notice.