Dirty Work: Trying to Sell Indians on Organic Food

In the late 1960′s, the Green Revolution changed the way farmers grew their crops in India. Today, there is a small but growing group of people who care about organic food, educating the public about consumer awareness, taste preferences, and the true cost of food.

Dirty Work: Trying to Sell Indians on Organic Food
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65 comments

Warren Webber
Warren Webber1 years ago

Live long and prosper!

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Eternal Gardener
Eternal G4 years ago

Total organic and criminalise pesticide!

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Debbie L.
Debbie Lim4 years ago

It will come to be widely accepted and wanted one day or another. It's good to hear that already some people are making a change.

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Joan Mcallister
5 years ago

I don't think it is just the Indians

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Melinda K.
Past Member 5 years ago

Respect for the earth means healthy environment = healthy people and wildlife.

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Kathy Perez
Kathy Johnson5 years ago

good news!

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Chad A.
Chad Anderson5 years ago

Awareness will help, but we also need organizing to change the institutions and markets.

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Pushpraj Singh
Pushpraj Singh5 years ago

There was a shop in my area which used to sell organic foods. But it closed down and there's now a more "normal" shop there. Consumer awareness would do the trick.

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Yvette T.
Past Member 5 years ago

organic is how things have grown naturally since Nature was in charge. What are we doing to her?

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Cheryl B.
Cheryl B5 years ago

thanks

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