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Originally posted by Skywatcher2011
reply to post by Spike Spiegle
I don't buy any food coming from, made in, or a product of...CHINA....
Period.edit on 24-11-2012 by Skywatcher2011 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by grayeagle
I recently replaced all my dishes from China with dinnerware made in America. It is ironic that fine dinnerware is still referred to as fine China. After my divorce I had to replace all my kitchen and dinning ware. I didn't have very much money to replace the items so I went to the dollar store type retailers. I have since reexamined that decision and am now replacing those items with made in the USA. I still don't have a lot of money to splurge so I go to the thrift stores and find very good used items made in the USA
When it comes to imported Items and especially food I simply do not buy them. I have no confidence in their quality control. We may not kill some one to shut them up here in America but we have no problem putting them out of business, dragging them into court and ruining them financially. In America we just have a different way of thrashing people!
Originally posted by Spike Spiegle
reply to post by Trueman
How right you are, one of the many reasons I'm glad to live in Canada and not the U.S.
3 or 4 of our leading scientists looked at the stuff and said, no way!
Well here's a link, it will explain it better than me.
Posilac in canada
and the subsequent exposure of other incidents of milk contamination was beaten to death.
Hmmmm. That's a dark and lonely road for humanity to walk down. It's people like this man who did what he did regardless of the consequences, because of men like him that there's still hope. Unlike us, the armchair army
Originally posted by christopher.eugene
^^^ but you probably buy food from Monsanto... ? I'm sure China is just a bad as America.
>>>second line and what?
Following Wilson and Akre's contract not being renewed, the two filed a lawsuit concerning WTVT's "news distortion" under Florida's whistleblower laws, claiming their termination was retaliation for "resisting WTVT's attempts to distort or suppress the Monsanto recombinant bovine growth hormone story."