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Organic vs. Industrial Foods
Transcript of Organic vs. Industrial Foods
THE CHOICE IS YOURS.... Industrial foods are defined as food modified for factory farming, factory processing, mass distribution or mass marketing. Foods that have been changed to satisfy the demands of the consumers. http://thespartandiet.blogspot.com/2011/04/what-is-industrial-food-and-why-is-it.html The ingredients in an organic product need to be at least 70% organic for it to be called organic Organic foods are healthier and better for human consumption. Organic foods must be grown in safe soil; they should not be modified and must be put separately from other products They should be grown naturally with all natural products, for example the fertilizer should be all natural and have no chemicals. Industrial foods are modified foods that are not in their natural state. Industrial foods are foods that are mass produced to meet consumers' needs. These foods are grown with the help of growth hormones, so that they can grow faster than natural, to meet the demands of the growing population. Industrial foods are said to be unhealthy but are cheaper and affordable Organic foods take longer to grow because they grow naturally thus making them expensive. Industrial foods are readily available, they grow faster and thus making it affordable. Organic foods do not pollute the environment because everything used to grow them is natural. Food that has been industrially produced is unhealthy, causes a range of diseases, does not taste good and very unlikely will you find it in its natural state. Industrial foods according to the film Food Inc. can be made from even just one ingredient. Corn is usually the primary ingredient in most foods. Corn is cheap and easily grown, thus you will find it in everything, ketchup, jam, cookies even in cow feed. It will be genetically modified to fit the need at that time, thus making these foods unhealthy as they are not in their natural state.