Reblogged: Buying in Bulk to by-pass big food corporations

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Supermarket (Photo credit: Sean MacEntee)

In an era of conscious shopping, people are starting to be aware that where they buy their food is as important as what kind of food they buy. Australia’s major supermarket chains control almost 80% of grocery trade. This duopoly is wielding their purchasing power in often unethical and crude ways that take away both farmer and consumer choice.

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2 thoughts on “Reblogged: Buying in Bulk to by-pass big food corporations

  1. Reblogged this on hydrosworld and commented:
    Buying in bulk is cost-affective and makes it a little easier to control what you eat and what goes into your food, however, make sure it is coming from a good source since alot of bulk product is still commercially produced and full of chemicals, mites, eggs, bugs and other foreign substances you should avoid.

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