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Re: “That Not-So Fresh Feeling: Why Is Trader Joe's Tight-Lipped About Its Food Sources?

Since I am new to this whole, "better for you" food word, I thought this informed group may have some answers. Being behind the times, my husband and I just watched Food Inc. We have not watched any other films that argue the points made in this film. We need to do so. Having said that, we are worried that some of the foods we buy at TJ's or any store for that matter may not be as great as we had thought. Does everything have soy in it? I had thought that was a good thing. BUT, it seems that one company "owns" the soy bean world. We are vegetarians that miss meat, in some sort of odd way. So we buy meatless products. How much of that garbage soy is really in those? And how processed are they? I'm trying to figure this out, but in the area that we live in (Virginia Beach), not many share the same food views and very limited purchasing options. Everyone thinks we're odd and wonder what we eat instead of meat. Being new to all of this, we are trying to figure what is the right direction. After watching Food inc. I was so worried that we were eating the round up ready soy beans. Are we? Please do not preach to me about making all of my food! Both my husband and I work full time. He is a full time student and I am also a stay at home mom when school is out. We make most meals and sit at the dinner table every night to eat. I need some short cuts or would have to slit my throat. Please understand! Thank you for any info thrown my way!!!!!!!!!! I just want to eat my slightly salted edamame with a clear conscience and have morning star buffalo wind during my Steelers games.....'cause I miss the saucy wing!

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Posted by Coddie on 09/10/2010 at 9:56 AM

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