8 thoughts on “The Truth About “Natural”

  1. Lynda says:

    or from your own backyard!

  2. narf77 says:

    “NATURAL” (my arse!) Seriously, anyone can slap the word “natural” on anything. Another case of “Buyer beware” or at least do your homework…

  3. Linne says:

    IT doesn’t help that we can use ‘organic’ to mean more than one thing. People need to learn to think and ask questions. When I worked for a natural and organic foods/products warehouse, this misuse of labels was just beginning. I used to remind people that rattlesnake venom was both natural and organic, but not necessarily good for you . . . 🙂
    ~ Linne

    • There’s a cheap shampoo and conditioned on our shelves here called Natures Organics. I don’t even go into that aisle any more so I haven’t checked the ingredients but I doublt they are either natural or organic.

  4. Linne says:

    It also depends on what company is doing the certifying. Money changing hands can affect outcomes . . . In the end, safe food is most likely produced by yourself, your friends and neighbours or at least someone in your immediate ‘village’. ~ Linne

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