Grocery stores have many unethical practices, and they are not confined to food markets. This is a list I compiled of all the complaints I have towards business, and I have found many, but this post is not a warning against specific companies, although they may be named as examples, because the practices are widespread, many companies likely take part in this.
the company offers investors, the investors fill out a proxy and put executives they want in the board of directors, this is how evil people end up on top of the company that may have started out in good interests. All companies must sign forms allowing their existence with the IRS. So it takes a certain type of person to be willing to bend the knee to satan to allow his existence. Basically it takes an imperfect sinner who most likely isn’t the most honest person around. It’s either though do business with people who bent the knee to satan or buy local from a nearby farm if you are lucky or grow your own. Atheist do not believe in satan but it does not matter. Just think of it as man’s evil greed personified then… because unless you have been bitten by the corporate bug, you most likely can’t stand it.
I hope by reading this post you will awaken to the state of affairs of one of our basic human rights, which is to eat, because without food, we cannot survive. If you will please use logic, no other life form on this planet needs to buy or sell or use conniving techniques to outdo their competition such as these. If an animal starves, it will because it was not strong enough to hunt, or it’s environment was destroyed by, you guessed it, mankind.
UPDATE 2/19/2013: this post is on the front page of google and gets viewed at least once a day.
- spray painting oranges to look more orange
- damaging avocados by shipping them improperly causing them to rot (blacken)
- canned food has too much water content
- bags of chips have less and less material and more air supposedly to protect the material from being crushed, which doesn’t work
- fruit and vegetables that are unripe, or over ripe, and portions that are bad being placed so the consumer can not see when picking out packages
- false marketing of health on labels such as cheerios claiming itself to be heart healthy or labels on the counter at the store
- throwing away tons of food and not giving it to the poor or knocking off the price of them
- irradiation without labeling
- gassing fruits so they ripen faster (may be legal, but it’s unethical in my opinion)
- labeling fish that is farm raised as wild caught
- if you have a complaint, and they don’t want to answer, they don’t have to, so they don’t look bad.
- not telling you exactly where the food comes from (what farm even) or where the food goes when it leaves the farm in between the time it ends up at the store.
- not labeling GMOs
- over using paper and plastic that is not recyclable or biodegradable. For example, there is a piece of paper with plastic backing added to blackberry containers.
- engage in the mind control of economics such as pricing items as x.99 instead of x.00. For example, you will more likely buy an item that is selling for $2.99 than $3.00 because in fear based consumer shopping, you don’t view the cents, but the first number, because it takes too much time to realize it is only one penny less and time could be a difference between survival and death.
- Consumer relations department will always frame the error as not their fault and offer to bribe the consumer with a refund than actually admit to mistakes and change practices (because of legal reasons).
- companies saying “raw” on almonds or almond butter jars when all almonds from California are not “raw” due to recent pasteurization laws. Also, the stupidity of USDA and FDA to try to solve contamination issues by pasteurizing food, they should slap on tighter controls at the farm to prevent disease in the first place, not compensate afterwards by destroying nutrients.
- It costs more money to buy cans or jars with processed food that has less or no salt, than it does with ones that have salt in it, just because that is the way it has been done and they have to do a change to take salt out of the process. So much for poisoning America. Tiny bit of sea salt may be ok for health, but the quantities that Americans usually eat, that’s another reason why heart disease and other ailments plague our nation. The food manufacturers are in bed with Big Pharma to get people popping pills.
- Putting a sticker on top of the fruit to label is fine, but when they do it on top of blemishes on the fruit to disguise it so that people will be succumbed to buy? Unethical.
- Keeping fruits and vegetables in storage units that could produce mold.
- I had a pepper today that had a chemical taste. I think it was because it was falsely labeled organic. Falsely labeling anything as organic when they are not is unethical. I hope my peppers weren’t inorganic though, maybe it had a chemical taste because it was kept in the fridge for a long time, inside a bag with saran wrap protecting it, even though they say not to do that.
- chemicals and steroids in meat products, I mean come on? So to solve the problem of poor animal conditions, they drug them? And American’s fast food industry, they eat this stuff. But Russia is banning them. Maybe people should take notice on this and stop eating dangerous food.
- misting fruits and vegetables to make them look fresher. this causes potential rot and attracts disease hxxp://www.livestrong.com/article/548300-why-do-grocery-store-owners-spray-fresh-fruits-vegetables-with-water/
- spraying food with live viruses to combat bacterial infection, a route around the no-irradiation law of organic food, because virus is an organic material, it can legally be used! http://www.newswithviews.com/Richards/byron7.htm
http://www.foodrenegade.com/bacteria-eating-virus-used-as-food-additive-on-organic-food/ so what is being sprayed, is the mist in number 23 include the spray of viruses routinely on the food? or is it done once? this takes me back to number 12, where you don’t ever find out where food went and what processing facilities do…
- Labeling products that contain GMO as “natural”. There is NOTHING natural about GMO. All GMO seeds were created inside a laboratory.
- labeling cheese as raw when it’s not truly raw. strict laws in US and shelf life do not permit real companies to have raw cheese as it will mold/age fast. They get around the thing by calling it raw when it was just pasteurized below 161 degree. I should have not fell for Mercola garbage and bought some organic raw cheese from a US company! here is the truth: http://www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com/raw-cheese-from-store-is-not-raw
- FDA and USDA really are criminal organizations. They take names of products that are legally restricted in other countries and sell them with small name changes to confuse and fool American customers. For example “Parmesan” cheese is fake cheese, not the real thing from Italy. http://www.forbes.com/sites/larryolmsted/2012/11/19/the-dark-side-of-parmesan-cheese-what-you-dont-know-might-hurt-you/ and honey is also another example of fake stuff http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2011/11/tests-show-most-store-honey-isnt-honey/#.UTrNBTewc1w and fake tuna http://www.occupymonsanto360.org/2013/02/26/seafood-freakshow-59-of-tuna-mislabeled-fake-tuna-linked-to-anal-oil-leakage/ and fake “stone ground flour” hxxp://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/health/2006-03-13-stone-ground-flour_x.htm and domino’s “pure cane sugar” is not pure, it has cornstarch in it. GMOs everywhere you look. I accidentally fed some to yeast.
- All fish harvested in the pacific ocean is or will eventually be contaminated to some degree by Fukushima and if any company is saying it is not because they don’t migrate near the plant totally misunderstands how radiation spreads. They need to keep taking tests of their own fish and not let the FDA or any university test it because all them bastards are in cahoots with big pharma and really love the idea that many people are going to eat radiation laced food so that they can get cancer and spend money on pills and chemo therapy. It makes no sense to contact ANY fish organization that links articles to FDA.gov on their website as a source of testing. http://www.nuclearcrimes.org/halibut.php and then in a few years all fish will be completely contaminated because all oceans on earth are connected.
- Using the same production facility for many products, and then placing a label: “may contain tree nuts, wheat, milk, or soy.” Now this poses serious concerns, obviously allergic people cannot eat those products, and also claiming that the product is USDA organic when the same facility is used to make products using GMOs. Facilities themselves need to be organic certified, but I have yet to see a company that is completely organic and will always remain that way, as profits become the main reason they are doing business, and the environment degrades, we are likely to see more short sighted actions. Human welfare always takes a back seat to money making and that is what I have proved in my blog.
- Chemicals and additives approved in organic that cause disease. there are many. such as http://www.thehealthyhomeeconomist.com/the-ingredient-allowed-in-organic-food-that-can-cause-cancer/carrageenan and ALL sweetener substitutes for sugar, I don’t remember the name of one i am thinking about, but no sweetener is healthy, despite what people say. Sugarcane from the plant is much healthier I would suppose than chemical sweeteners companies want to add into products to reduce calories or fight heart disease based on false information.
- Companies using nitrates in their products and then claiming since they are not chemical nitrates they are not bad for you. All nitrates are. http://agriculturesociety.com/healthy-living/deceptions-in-the-food-industry-applegate-organic-natural-meats
- straight up companies trying to make profit above all else, which means extending shelf lives and using additives and pasteurization (only invented to kill food, as preservation methods that enhanced nutrient content has existed for millenia) and other means to do that. real food is not in existence anymore except if you buy directly from a farmer or grow your own. you can grow your own vegetables in most areas, but you will not be able to feed yourself entirely on this garden and you will never be allowed to own your own cattle or chickens or whatever on your own property unless you live on a farm.
- Wow this is a new one, I never felt I got sick off eating tons of apples and pears, because that’s what I do. But they are sprayed with antibiotics. http://www.naturalnews.com/039472_antibiotics_organic_fruits_petition.html the ones not from US and EU though, which is many of the Fuji and gala that I get which says product of Argentina or Chile. Antibiotics is not something i want to ingest, I take garlic and hydrogen peroxide to kill colds, thank you very much. maybe they should spray the trees with some type of oxygen therapy to kill the viruses. UPDATE 4/15/2013 looks like our efforts have won to stop them on this one, not sure why they pulled the plug on this and continue working on GMOs maybe because not enough evil lobbying was in place and we won. hxxp://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2013/04/use_of_antibiotic_in_organic_p.html
When shopping at Kongs Supermarket today, I grabbed some leeks before they were sprayed down, and then took some kale too. The woman doing the spraying asked me why I didn’t want them to be sprayed. I mistakenly said “because it molds,” and she said “if it molds, it would be all moldy, these get sprayed down once an hour.” This reaffirmed her belief that what she does is right. Anyways, they are wrong. What happens to kale when it goes bad? If kept dry and refrigerated it will turn yellow over time and shrivel up. But what happens if you constantly water it? The water interacts with the cells of the kale and some cells burst and causes the kale to get slimy, especially around the edges, in any breaks in the leaf, and where the twist tie is. The woman doesn’t know that, just thinks kale ages that way, because she doesn’t eat kale. If she knew what she did was no good for it then she would have 2 choices, keep doing it or lose her job. The supermarket chain top down from illuminati have a way of doing things and if someone doesn’t want to play along they are fired and replaced with someone who will. So it didn’t matter if I said the right thing or wrong thing about it. I didn’t run my mouth and just answered her quickly because she asked.
[UPDATE 6/27/2014 omplaint given to Whole Foods. Kings does the same thing so I just changed the wording when sent to them:
I want to make a complaint about the procedure done at Whole Foods. The greens like kale, leeks, lettuce always gets sprayed down to look “fresh” but this is very costly to the product. It doesn’t keep it fresh and if you inspect it looks bad. I couldn’t buy leeks today because every single one was rotting from the spraying. What the spraying does is gives extra water, more than would be done if it was growing and more than the plant can tolerate, and causes cell walls to become water logged and burst and even attracts mold. I guarantee you, if you check every single bundle of kale that was sprayed down a lot with water by the twist tie you will see the leaves over there rotting more. This is because the water did not have a chance to evaporate and the cells burst causing it to be waterlogged. It’s a pain because the kale has to be ripped off at that part and just gets wasted. And then the leeks does not usually have a tie around it but it gets ruined where the first leaf joins the stem. It’s always brownish grey and moldy if being watered a lot. I hope Whole Foods would find another way to take care of their organic greens that will keep them fresh and not turn into rotten food. When kale ages it turns yellow from the lack of sunlight to produce chlorophyll on a living plant. I did not contact my store because I definitely think it’s something done in the entire chain and needs to be corrected at a corporate level. I even see it being done at Kings Supermarket.]
34. For stores that don’t sell organic for the highest prices, they do that because they only receive B grade food, and so, every package has some tomatoes that are smashed or sour, some strawberries that have white tops, some lemons that are still green, etc. That’s why you must buy the elitist organic packages from Kongs because they only give them A grade. Not a single white top on a strawberry. And they are all really big. Really big means less strawberries in the package. Also when I want to buy brown eggs, why are there off-white ones in the carton? I was lucky I wasn’t caught switching them because I would have to had complained that they weren’t all brown and I was not getting my money’s worth. Customer always right? Come off it, not with grocery stores. I was already once caught for switching oranges because one bag had a rotten one in it, in fact they all did at least have one orange that was “bad” one time last year.
I take that back. Kings doesn’t only buy A grade. It sold me C grade kale for A grade price (regular high price 3.99/lb). The kale leaves were small, and turning yellow and brown.
35. Selling lower grade produce at full price what would usually be the highest grade. They don’t knock off prices if the quality of the food diminishes during season either for whatever reason, be it drought, flood, whatever.
36. Farmers breeding plants so that they don’t produce seeds. This would allow them or their bosses in the agricultural industry own a monopoly on seeds and prevent regular people like you and me from saving them and only being able to buy them from the industry just like the farmers do. This is bad. Only GMO should work this way but I did find an organic Fuji apple and several Bartlett pears that do not have savable seeds. It is a birthright for all humans to be able to have seeds and grow their own and it’s totally wrong for people to be able to make money off it, in general.
The food industry and farmers have bred most seeds out of food so that regular people could not collect seeds and grow their own from what they buy at the store. This goes the same for organic grapes, where will you find ones with seeds? And I recently had trouble with the seeds of nectarines, and plums, the seeds were shriveled and looked malformed and dead. And watermelons have hardly any seeds and are sold as seedless, you wont find a seeded one even if it’s organic most likely not. So they do this because they want to keep the farms in business, and they want you to not be able to take care of yourself. It’s a great feeling knowing that you can supply yourself with the essentials of life. That goes for water too, while food companies are trying to keep you from growing your own, business tycoons are buying up water, and privatizing it. Water companies and bottled water people have bought lakes and then are draining them, putting them in containers so they can sell them to the people. It would have been everyone’s water, but now it’s in the hands of them, and if you tried to create a lake on your property to catch water, you could get arrested now thanks to Gary Harrington’s case which lost and he went to jail. It’s so dangerous because it set a scary precedent in the USA where the government owns the water that lands on the ground!]
37. A non organic and organic package that is identical with the only difference being the tiny USDA circle at the bottom. This packaging may save money on design and printing costs, but it is unethical because people who shop fast may end up getting fooled. For instance, I bought (dextrose containing*) non organic Genoa salami thinking it was organic because the package was identical (minus the symbol) and when I brought it home and tasted it, I could taste a difference, and could definitely smell a difference. The non organic smelled like diarrhea! I spit it out. Then I looked at the package and I was like “COME ON!!!” Even worse was the package didn’t have a product UPC on the back that worked, so the cashier asked how much it was and I gave her the price of the organic when I would have only paid half the amount if she knew what it was and didn’t bother asking me! I better make sure that I look carefully every time I buy anything for that little symbol. Still, it’s unethical because most shoppers don’t look, especially if they are accustomed to seeing the same package design week after week. They just grab based on overall color of the package. *By the way dextrose is a corn derivative so non-organic dextrose will be GMO.
38. Organic eggs is a scam because they do not specify how much time they spend outside. Animals can still be treated cruelly. And fed GMO diets. It said grain fed anyways and chickens are supposed to eat worms!
[UPDATE 12/21/2013 Shit I should have paid attention to that. I have been wondering again and still bought more. Well now I need only pastured eggs. the ones i have are organic, cage free, and omega 3. This means they are not fed gmo, antibiotics, but they are kept in coops, and given a lot of flax seed. This does not mean they are allowed to roam around outside and also free range ones which I didn’t get, doesn’t matter because they don’t even go outside.http://lowcarbdiets.about.com/od/lowcarbsuperfoods/a/cagefreeeggsdef.htm See the farmers don’t care about the hens, they figured out the best way to get the buck. it’s a business. the only ones who care are pasture eggs, ones that are organic farmers of the old country not using modern means.
http://www.foodrenegade.com/big-o-organic-eggs/ why organic is mostly inhumane. the love of money is the root of all evil, remember 1 timothy 6:10]
39. Organic wheat is in jeopardy. South Korea already banned US imports of wheat. And wheat companies I contacted don’t care, because they were like, “thanks for contacting us, your comments are appreciated”. Same form reply “that article is interesting” was all I got from one. A vitamin company told me the former. They don’t care, even though there is legislation brewing that seeks to ban alternative medicine, over the top vitamins etc as proposed by Codex by the WHO.
40. Grapes and Strawberries are part of the dirty dozen. Placing them on tables in the middle of the store allowing them to go bad is wrong, and that’s exactly what the stores I usually go to did. They had conventional of them (tons of pesticides) refrigerated, and organic on display going bad. I don’t want to buy what’s on display if it’s spoiled. The strawberries were blackening and rotting purple and many had white spots. And the green grapes were turning yellow brown.
41. Recently the store I go to has started putting napkins on the bottom of berry containers. They started that last year. This year they started doing the same with grapes. They probably don’t want the fruit to go bad and leak juice on the container below which makes a mess that they have to clean up. But I still can’t see the condition of the ones below and I always like to inspect all sides and sometimes even have to open to make sure no mold or white fuzz is growing on them. This is of course against their rules, opening packages. Well, tell them not to do that. Also these napkins have a plastic backing with some sort of elastic glue holding them to the plastic container, so they don’t easily degrade like regular paper, which is even worse. These natural food stores and organic berry companies do not care about the environment.
42. Every once in a while since Fukushima, I get a grossly mutated strawberry amongst the batch. It is really annoying and unethical for the farmer to put it in the food basket and sell it. There aren’t that many fucked up ones, but he should just throw them out in the trash. They are poison!! See my YouTube for a video of one!
43. Really creepy, nanotechnology in organic food? Seriously? You may become a cyborg, watch out.
These demons that run government are so desperate now to destroy nature and God’s creation it’s ridiculous.
44. Putting food on the shelf that is bad. I know they do take them down everyday and thrown them out instead of marking down prices for ones going bad but apparently there are just too many that already gone bad, and they don’t get the best out in time. And we think food stores is the best way to deliver food. Actually our world would be a lot better if every family was taught and instructed to grow their own food for their community. But no, it’s not part of the communist manifesto, and the whole world has to be communist under the new world order.
The Ten Planks of the Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx
and more in depth
Early in the morning right after Trader Joes opened, I went through box saw none peppers I wanted because they all had something wrong with them, they were packed on September 3. Then I pushed it aside and offered to put the box over there. An employee said she did it already. I looked and saw a few that were rotten that she just put there. I put them over by her saying they are rotten. She said are you giving these to me? And I said they are rotten already. She was also at that time putting oranges down that I removed from the shelf and put on top because they had some that were rotten.
I thought I was doing them a favor apparently I seemed to be an annoyance. The strawberries were packed on August 26. that was almost 2 weeks ago. surprising they aren’t too bad. they are starting to mush up and go bad, so I have to eat all them now.
45. “Organically Grown” is not the same as “Organic” and may be better, or may be worse quality. Eden Foods doesn’t have USDA certification because their standards are higher. My guess is other “organically grown” food is less. Without rules to follow it may be up to interpretation, like slack by the companies. It is certainly better than conventional but because we don’t know the farmer, we don’t know where his slack is. So therefore the stores should not be selling “organically grown” at the same price as USDA sealed organic. They should have taken off the price of it. http://www.phoenixpermaculture.org/group/keepingchickens/forum/topics/organic-vs-organically-grown-feed?xg_source=activity
46. The ultimate power grab is for the United Nations to control the food supply so they have tainted many products now with poisons on purpose to get us to rile up fear and want for their control! It is classic, problem, reaction, and solution!
The UN is soon going to take complete control over our food supply for our safety. Just watch. It’s going to happen.
Goes into it a little. I don’t believe in the religious part of it that talks about rapture though. or 7 year tribulation. http://thaevolutionofosiris.wordpress.com/2013/08/12/bible-truths-that-religious-people-dont-believe-in/ See here for how to correct him on Bible prophecy. But he’s correct about his research in food. One correction though I found is Billy quotes Michael Jacobson incorrectly because he is quoted here:
http://articles.latimes.com/1995-08-06/magazine/tm-31898_1_chinese-foodg here is where it most likely started, the quote about eating lettuce and bread. I am not sure if Michael Jacobson actually believes that but it’s highly likely.
RFID tracking your food from the farm to the table. Sounds like a good idea, because I hate not knowing if something was actually organic or not or if it was repackaged and was actually older than it was. When was it actually picked? Why does Trader Joe’s always use plastic wrap? Because they can’t really tag it otherwise, unless they went with edible RFID tags! That’s what Nutrismart and Smart plate is about: http://www.naturalnews.com/032600_RFID_food.html hxxp://phys.org/news/2011-05-nutrismart-rfids-food.html
but these things are discontinued probably since nothing has been said about it since June 2011. I am sure that Michael Jacobson would love that, http://www.alcoholfacts.org/MichaelJacobson.html
Dumb food police. Who says people should or shouldn’t eat certain foods. It’s their choice. Now when it comes to drug abuse, then we can do something, but food is taking it too far. I see Obamacare causing employers to force their employees to eat better so they wouldn’t have so many high insurance costs due to medical visits from diabetes or heart disease or whatever else some old fat guy at the desk is worried about. I wonder about Governor Chris Christie. Who’s going to tell him what to eat?
http://www.foodprintproject.com/ save the environment with this fake global warming problem. People are crying out for solutions. The solutions is RFID track all your meat products and all food products eventually and then obviously RFID track people too. (Revelation 13:16)
Just realized it now, and glad I won’t be giving any more money or bothering with GMOs anymore. Because when we tell our congressman to label our food so we know if there are GMO in it, this is ALL a cry out for the mark of the beast system. A christian would know better. And now I know that naturalnews is nothing more than that guy who wants to rile you up, so that you would demand an answer. All organizations claiming to be helping the food crisis are doing nothing. They are not helping grow organic food and getting you to get organic food on your table or grown your own (know you can’t grow any in your yard because it’s supposed to be a grass lawn!) Nope, they are the ones propagating the fear of the food crisis.
This is part of it and GMO labeling is too
problem: GMO poisoning our food.
reaction: march against Monsanto Prop37 and other grassroots campaigns.
solution: UN or WHO proposes worldwide mandatory RFID tracking of all food.
Revelation 13:16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.
They all got us people. Be warned. You are all going to receive a chip implant so that you can eat the food that you asked to be labeled!
48. Inconsistent pricing:
The love of money is the root of all evil (1 Timothy 6:10). When kale is in bunches where each one is less than a pound, it is $3.99 each. When it is in bunches where each one is greater than a pound, it is $3.99/lb. Always so the store can make more money…
49. Probiotics [what was here was changed 10/25/2014]
Selling probiotics online is unethical because you cant ship them except maybe in the winter or else they will thaw during shipment and die. I don’t know this for sure, but I tasted them and I could not tell the difference between if they were dead or alive. There is no way to tell except crack it open and use a high powered microscope. So I figured all companies selling probiotics are thinking they are doing good but really are not. I cannot name any company because they are mostly well intentioned. If you want probiotics you should make your own at home and it’s very easy to do it. Like I said it may be possible to ship them and keep them alive but the person who buys it has no way to check if they are alive, so therefore it’s unethical to sell them in the first place. People should sell food in their store that can be a DIY probiotic so the person can make them themselves. I can expand this number to include all other food that should ship with adequate packaging to keep it frozen during shipment, and some companies do better than others there, and like I said, with probiotics, even if it was kept cold there is no way to tell if the species were actually alive or not, so I was wrong to attack certain companies before based on the temperature of the bottle.
[the update here was removed 10/25/2014]
50. Not telling where the country of origin for the product was. Many places tell, many places do not, product specific. If they don’t tell, maybe it’s from China. As in the case of bee pollen at Nuts.com it did not say when I bought it back in July 2013
But now if you look at the site, it will say Country of Origin: China. So now people are warned. It did not say earlier today, I asked and they changed it to warn further people. But I don’t know if that means I don’t get a refund. It’s been 9 months and I am only asking about it now because my spring allergies.
He changed it now to warn future customers. In case you didn’t know for honey and pollen you should only eat local sources because it would help you deal with your allergies which are local plants caused. And of course nothing from China. Above I wrote number 27 about fake honey from China.
I guess if I don’t get a refund it’s only because it didn’t fit store policy. Nothing against them. They made a mistake and I made a mistake not asking where it came from when I was thinking of ordering it. Companies make mistakes. It’s good nuts.com corrected this mistake. It’s unethical when they do not correct the mistake.
He said the next day that he changed it a month earlier. I don’t know why I didn’t see it but the page is not archived in 2014 to check up on that. A refund would be offered if I returned it.
51. Dropping fruit on the floor and putting them back on the shelf. Usually they would throw them out in that instance, and go around looking for obvious bruised ones to toss away, but other times they just put them out there. The fruit are stacked onto each other at some stores and other stores put in separate container parts and that is better because fruit touching could even start to go bad faster.
52. Keeping produce clean: Using heat to apply seran wrap to package, heat could damage the vegetable. Sometimes they have mold on them. Also if the food was not packaged, the person handling them may not be wearing gloves, so their hands could been dirty, who knows if they washed their hands?
53. Companies online having selection items preselected to cost more money for you. If you do not see this because you are an old lady, you may overlook the selection made and pay more, or subscribe to something. Sometimes they do the right thing and pick the cheapest version or nothing at all. [UPDATE 10/25/2014 For example, as you are checking out the company preselected fast shipping speed which costs 20 dollars more. So you would need to move the dot to select free shipping which takes longer but is a lot less money. Some companies do not even offer this option and force fast expensive shipping but that’s not what this number is about]
54. http://www.naturalnews.com/044540_mangosteen_powder_heavy_metals_lead_contamination.html companies not testing imported food products for heavy metals or lying about the tests to put other companies out of business. Heavy metals in the grinding of these powders which are imported make their way into the food at alarming rates, even organic. The Certificate of Analysis has been paid off by satanic elite looking to destroy the organic industry. If I knew when I bought mangosteen powder to ask them beforehand if it was independently tested, I would not have bought. Now I will never eat that stuff again. People should know what they are putting into themselves. I wrote earlier that they sourced bee pollen powder from China. The powders from China, people working at low wage to grind them up I presume. Maybe if it was Japan I could say robots did it instead.
And my ethics are people need to test what they sell if it was even done by them. For instance, I realized that I could be poisoning myself with heavy metals as particles of metals get chipped off an old superangel juicer over the years the grinding pieces come together. I found that most companies don’t really care about health, even if they sell something that is “healthy” but really just want to look the other way. Mike Adams says the same thing and he’s just like me in that he sees these things and can see where it’s going, but the great thing with him is that he actually can test it in his laboratory. I wish though I could make a bigger impact than just see things, and be able to really give back to the world in such a big way.
I don’t know anymore what to think about Mike Adam’s testing, but it did alert me that anyone can be lying so they can sell. Mike Adams has had a history of deceptive practices himself even encouraging others to lie. So did he just test things to put other companies as evil so that he could debut his own product which he said was great but really wasn’t? That’s pure evil bs but I don’t know because of his history of deception:
I really can’t trust anyone about what they say as long as they are making money. The love of money is the root of all evil. Which is why I wrote a few days ago that I wanted to go from company to company to change how they view their cost analysis from looking to make a profit, to having the best product possible to make the consumer the happiest and healthiest. That would probably put them all out of business, and then they would realize that if all of them needed money to operate, then they wouldn’t just sit around, they would operate without money. This is beyond Adams thinking though because he does not seek to eliminate the money system entirely. I think that people can have some sort of means to exchange but it should certainly not be one currency item. People say this could get into a mess. People say that they should then just use an electronic system and put it in your hand so you don’t lose it. I say no. I say they “could” use some sort of currency item but preferably they would just exchange good s and services with love, freely giving and freely taking because there would be abundance. Children would be homeschooled and raised to be supported to their potential so that people would not be burnt out and lazy and stupid by the time they are working age. I want to open a facility for kids to go to learn whatever they want so they don’t have to go to public school. It would be for parents who want them homeschooled but work all day so they couldn’t watch over them. And the thing is, I do not want to be licensed so it’s not happening because I also do not want to break the law. Licensing is an encroachment of our freedom but I do not want to break the law. Instead of fixing the food problem by requiring people to grow their own food and supplying seeds, they require them to have luxury lawns just for show and punish those who don’t comply to their greed. And then where does money go to handle an impeding global food shortage? Into the police and military’s budget to handle the coming food riots. That’s backwards and I like Mike Adams because he can see that too.
Mike Adams is doing a test on water filters now:
Healthwyze said oil swishing does not work because it comes from India and urine and sun gazing does not work either, and MMS too, also saying it’s bleach just like that boy did who won the James Randi prize…that’s like a troll who has done no research but I could just as easily say that copper colloidal lotion does not work either.
I keep getting people trying to defend their Miracle II Soap too based on the great review I gave on Amazon.
56. Vitamin and supplement companies labeling their product as natural. Then they put unnatural things like GMO cotton balls to keep it from getting wet. Most cotton is GMO. There’s no way to tell unless they said stuffed with organic cotton which they didn’t. http://www.realfoodgirlunmodified.com/what-is-gmo-3/gmo-free-living/
57. The scam of unscented tissues. Unscented means that no fragrance was added to it. It does not mean that they did not spray anything or add chemicals to it. Most likely they add anti-bacterial or anti-viral stuff which has triclosan. I should have known better because I do not use antibacterial lotion. After I go to the bathroom I wash my hands with hydrogen peroxide, which was in an eyedropper bottle. I have good smell and I smelled it on Kleenex and Scotties and my parents stopped buying them. And now the regular store brand name Foodhold USA, LLC is doing the same thing to their tissues. I am switching to regular paper towels which have no scent and are used for kitchen cleaning but can just as much be used for your nose.
58. Due to high demand, more avocados are being sold, but many come from immature trees. Selling avocados same price as mature ones based on size. The immature ones should be cheaper because they have strings in them which are annoying for people to have to move around. And when they are overripe the strings turn brown and are extremely gross looking. The issue is explained further at this link.
59. 100% pure products?
http://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/fda/fdaDrugXsl.cfm?setid=cfd71bbf-d1e7-49e4-8882-367749c1fcff&type=display “Disclaimer: Most OTC drugs are not reviewed and approved by FDA, however they may be marketed if they comply with applicable regulations and policies. FDA has not evaluated whether this product complies.”
The 100% pure petroleum jelly that is distributed by Foodhold USA, LLC is not evaluated by the FDA and is also lying about being 100% pure. See here it has a fragrance added. This is false advertising. Just like they did with the tissues saying they were unscented when they were really not. Just like unscented, it means unscented because it did not add any fragrance. But with this being 100% pure it means it used 100% petroleum jelly product, but then it did not claim it did not add something else, the fragrance. You cannot see “inactive ingredient” on the label either. However I assume that if it says: “active” it will have an “inactive” ingredient. I wonder if anyone is complaining about this, if this is just way for people to complain to get legislation passed and global control over food products similar to GMO labeling.
60. Marketing ploys
Why does it say “No MSG” or “all natural” on Kim Chee Pride Incorporated kimchi products? When the ingredients are obviously natural? It’s because it’s a marketing ploy. And GMO free labeling is also a marketing ploy. Of course if all ingredients are organic, by definition, it is not GMO. So GMO labeling is based on the theory that companies would rather go GMO free than have to make a new label but that is ridiculous because GMOs could make themselves cheap and companies change labels all the time. In reality, it’s a ploy by the Satanists to take control of the organic movement and rather than hit them where it hurts by focusing money into outlets to spread laws that demand people grow their own community supported organic farms and outlawing chemtrails spraying, they are funneling money into the globalist agenda 21 scheme to get control of every food item on the earth. In order to really know if a food item has been contaminated by GMO, they will have to RFID tag the food and then this will save them money as well as making it easier for people to buy who have self check outs. Then it would become a thing where people use RFID tags on themselves, first a card then their hand, to swipe and pay for the food items. This is the future that they want to inventory and stock all food and every other item and know who buys what and when and where, and how long it’s in the fridge before it is eaten.
61. I don’t know if I wrote this before, but when you contact a company and ask a question and get ignored, or they tell you that they cannot answer that question. Like if you have a question about what facility a food is processed because you know “dirt” on particular processing facilities and want to stay away from those, or if the food is a fish, if it was a wild or farmed fish. This is certainly not limited to food companies. For example, clothing companies don’t want you knowing they employ people on slave wages to make those clothes for you. The US used to do this but they got in trouble so they moved those sweat shops over seas.
62. The deceptive USDA organic seal
Companies jumping on the organic bandwagon for profits, these are typically companies that have organic and nonorganic products under their line. They have a USDA seal on one and are proud to be healthy, but it’s a sham because the USDA allows GMOs in their organic products. Why? Because they don’t consider certain GMO plant derivatives to be GMO if they are very much processed and removed from their original source. Example: Hansens foods and the Blue Sky “Organic” Ginger Ale has citric acid made from corn hydrolysate. more about citric acid that proves the unethicalness just of this ingredient:
There are potentially organic sources of the citric acid, if it was derived naturally and only from organic material, but it’s probably too costly for companies to even bother with it. The article is amazing and goes into the science of how the GMO ingredient citric acid is made. Now I just randomly clicked a different product and what stood out as amazing was this quote from:
“it gives the feeling that you’re drinking something rich and sinful, but it’s as heavenly as can be”
This is only something the devil would say. I would say to stay away from these “natural” and wishy washy “organic” companies. And stick with companies that are beyond USDA like Eden foods.