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Anyone else notice quality issues in food?

 
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11/29/2012 06:08 PM
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Anyone else notice quality issues in food?
Even buying fresh veggies, and fruits, etc., including bread etc from name brand stores, and brands of food, I have noticed that they do not last that long before spoiling, growing mold or something else. Very strange. Almost like food is going bad faster than previous years, maybe a gimmick to get you to buy more?
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11/29/2012 08:55 PM

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Re: Anyone else notice quality issues in food?
Lol...I think I gave you my karma pin by mistake...oh well...

Anyway, I have recently moved to Michigan. What I have noticed is the vegetables here seem engorged with water. I noticed the mushrooms seemed huge and the celery stalks are very large. I suspect it is a gmo modification, that causes veggies to retain water so as to increase their price w/ water weight. Just a guess, but once you learn to think like these criminals, it's not hard to see what they are up to.

Thanks for the thread.

Michigan seems to have a lot of farm land w/ signs along the road that indicate a special seed they are using, so I assume that is a gmo thing.
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Before this move, I was in Gig Harbor, WA....omg...the food there was very expensive, but the quality was A++...somehow, they have managed to keep who/whatever is destroying our food quality a little further out of the picture.
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Re: Anyone else notice quality issues in food?
YES! I noticed that a couple of years ago. Take bananas for example, they stay yellow, yellow, yellow for a few days, then BAM all of a sudden one day they are brown and squishy. They don't seem to phase slowly from green to yellow to brown like they used to. I think they spray the heck out of them with something to preserve them longer and whatever they spray on them lasts long enough for the shipping and store, but when you take them home all of a sudden they go bad.
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11/29/2012 09:14 PM
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Re: Anyone else notice quality issues in food?
Where in Michigan? I can say (without doubt) that the Mid michigan area (A2- Hillsdale and Adrian to lansing) has the best Farmers markets I have ever experienced.

I have lived in m any places, including KY and never have gotten such high quality produce. That said, I am not talking about a "Big Box" store, but large outdoor Farmers markets

IF you ever get to A2 try the kerrytown market (the best) or closer to Lansing they have a huge indoor farmers market... Downriver/Detroit area- The eastern market is PRIME.
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Re: Anyone else notice quality issues in food?
hi,

I have been vegetarian, semi-vegan (no eggs) for 8 years now.
I just feel it, when eating good foods in small quantities makes me good, then a lot of shit food, even tasty makes me feel like pregnant.
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Re: Anyone else notice quality issues in food?
Well I was born in Ann Arbor, but I am in Midland now. I have not lived in Michigan for 40 years. I came back to be closer to relatives.
I was in Texas way way too many years...Dallas.

I love Michigan!! I'm just in small town shock I guess (and Midland is not Ann Arbor....sadly)
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11/29/2012 09:19 PM

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It seemed to all begin with the tomato many years ago:(
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11/29/2012 09:20 PM

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Re: Anyone else notice quality issues in food?
Even buying fresh veggies, and fruits, etc., including bread etc from name brand stores, and brands of food, I have noticed that they do not last that long before spoiling, growing mold or something else. Very strange. Almost like food is going bad faster than previous years, maybe a gimmick to get you to buy more?
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That means they are REAL FOODS.
Real foods ROT.
GMO foods and preservative laced food do not.


Your head is totally on backwards.
You voted for Obama didn't you?


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Re: Anyone else notice quality issues in food?
Even buying fresh veggies, and fruits, etc., including bread etc from name brand stores, and brands of food, I have noticed that they do not last that long before spoiling, growing mold or something else. Very strange. Almost like food is going bad faster than previous years, maybe a gimmick to get you to buy more?
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Time IS speeding up..and WITH it..ENTROPY.

Nuff said.
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rofl you guy are reatard
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Re: Anyone else notice quality issues in food?
Well I was born in Ann Arbor, but I am in Midland now. I have not lived in Michigan for 40 years. I came back to be closer to relatives.
I was in Texas way way too many years...Dallas.

I love Michigan!! I'm just in small town shock I guess (and Midland is not Ann Arbor....sadly)
 Quoting: allisaTX


I love A2 =)
best City ever IMHO. In fact I will be moving there soon so I can visit the kerrytown market daily.

If you have not been there in awhile you MUST visit Downtown. What a city...

Sorry to go off topic- As far as Midland, hmmmm- I am not really familiar with the area but if you keep your eyes out for farmer markets (or roadside stands if the town is small) you will find quality.

-Oh. And Go Blue. =D
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Re: Anyone else notice quality issues in food?
Where in Michigan? I can say (without doubt) that the Mid michigan area (A2- Hillsdale and Adrian to lansing) has the best Farmers markets I have ever experienced.

I have lived in m any places, including KY and never have gotten such high quality produce. That said, I am not talking about a "Big Box" store, but large outdoor Farmers markets

IF you ever get to A2 try the kerrytown market (the best) or closer to Lansing they have a huge indoor farmers market... Downriver/Detroit area- The eastern market is PRIME.
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Thanks for the info! I just need to make some friends and get involved in the community it's a little hard to do in Midland, but I have my cousins.

hf
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Re: Anyone else notice quality issues in food?
Even buying fresh veggies, and fruits, etc., including bread etc from name brand stores, and brands of food, I have noticed that they do not last that long before spoiling, growing mold or something else. Very strange. Almost like food is going bad faster than previous years, maybe a gimmick to get you to buy more?
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the sugar content of the juice is a good indicator of health and ripeness. Below 7% something is wrong. A friend of mine is measuring a brix of 3% with so called organic. The food is hollow. Trace element deficient.
Worry is a misuse of the imagination.

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