Socially Organic

The goodness from buying organic for the individual eater is more than compromised when that organic comes from far away. All things organic, whether  they be cells in a body or pathways made by animals are generally curvy, and kept to a locality. When something is imported from far away in our modern economy, it means it must travel a long straight distance, polluting and cutting without nourishing. Such is the case of non-local organic. So to be socially organic, you must buy organic that is grown locally, or better to buy local in-organic (from a produce market) rather than foreign organic.

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