Is it for you impotant where your vegetables and fruit comes from?

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for the ones who care about typing errors "important"

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Most Helpful Girl

  • I like knowing where my food comes from, but I'm not in the financial situation where it can be of high importance to me.

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What Girls Said 5

  • I personally prefer fair trade and biologically grown food since it's just way better for our planet in terms of conservation and economy - even if it costs a little bit more, this way I can also make sure it's not genetically modified or covered in toxic pesticides

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  • Not really.

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  • No, as long as they are cheap. Though we have a garden so most of the vegetables we have are from there

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    • what do you grow in your garden?

    • cucubers, beans, tomato, salad, peas
      and we have raspberries, strawberries, currants (white, red, black), apples, pears, shiro plums

    • That is great

  • Yes, I like to get my fruits and vegetables from farmers markets if I can but if I can't I just buy organic.

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  • No, i don't care

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What Guys Said 3

  • They come from the nearest supermarket. :D

    But I had the opportunity to enjoy fine beans and apricots I picked myself and they were a lot better. During a few Summers in Southern France I'd go to the wholesale market and drive back with 10 kg fruit every other day. It was much better too.

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  • I try to eat local as much as possible

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  • Helll yes! In a lot of countries they use human waste (shit) to fertilize crops (China for one, never buy Chinese mushrooms!). This can carry disease. A lot of countries still use banned pesticides that are known to cause cancer or birth defects. The US uses a LOT of chemicals too. You aren't free of it here but not as bad as some. European foods tend to be cleanest.

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