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Whole Foods began as a small company that catered to hippies wanting nutritious, vegetarian foods, but over the years it has experienced tremendous growth. By 2006, it operated numerous large, supermarket-style stores, each of them offering a full range of natural and organic foods, complete with upscale attractions such as delis, meat and fresh seafood offerings, and extensive wine selections. In fact, Whole Foods has earned the nickname, “Whole Paycheck,” because many of its products tend be quite expensive.
And in 1998, Dr. Lynn Goldman of the EPA confirmed that at least 101 pesticides used in the United States are probable or possible human carcinogens. Critics are also concerned about what unforeseen harm combinations of different toxins might cause. DEADLY INDUSTRIAL FOOD “Contrary to our government’s pronouncement, industrial food is not safe. ” —Andrew Kimbrell, a public interest attorney, activist, author, and director of the Center for Food Safety, a public interest and environmental advocacy membership organization.
Organic advocates also point out that the factory farming of animals helps to spread disease and has led to a rise in food-borne illnesses in the United States in recent years. Meanwhile, consumer groups argue that milk from cows treated with growth hormones contributes to increased cancer risk. In addition, the widespread use of antibiotics in animal production is viewed by many as the main reason that antibiotics are losing their effectiveness against infectious bacteria. Another concern is that conventional farms give cows animal feed made from parts of dead cows, some of which may have had bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) or mad cow disease, a fatal brainwasting disease.
Organic Foods (Hot Topics) by Debra A. Miller