Ever notice?

Hope you all read and ponder over what we are doing to ourselves and to our produce, just like I have been, since morning.

Maybe it’s best that we revert to the old days where we grew our own food. Or bought local. Or cooked for ourselves…

Just a thought. Happy Sunday everyone ๐Ÿ˜Š


  • At the grocery store. The stealthy way food is being packaged so that you get smaller and smaller quantities for the same price?
  • Because of our demand for year-round produce, the stuff is being picked and shipped in such an unripe state that we seldom even know what the real thing should taste like.
  • The way automakers market their cars now, with more and more distracting โ€œsafetyโ€ gadgets. I think it says something about us that we would rely on things like self braking cars with seats that vibrate when youโ€™re about to stray from your lane. Wake up and take control!
  • That we consume so many goddamned chemicals in our food that the latest marketing ploy is to state that your product is โ€œfree of thisโ€ or โ€œfree of thatโ€ (pick your poison)?
  • The comedy of prescription drug ads which extol the productโ€™s virtues, then tell you quickly andโ€ฆ

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5 thoughts on “Ever notice?

  1. Here in the States I have noticed this for probably about 20 yrs now. 5 Pound bags of sugar or coffee are now 4 pound bags, for a while at the 5 lb price, now of course the prices have gone even higher. The same thing with 10 lb bag of ice or potatoes which are now 8 lb bags and so on. A 1/2 gallon of ice cream is now 3/8 of a gallon, yet at the higher price. Marketing that is designed to rip people off, give you less, charge you more.

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    • That’s the same in India as well. I can’t identify products like that but if I say that 5 years a hundred bucks could have bought you an entire meal at a fast food, whereas now it can only get you coffee, it would be no exaggeration. It seems today everything, including mass produced consumer goods are dearer.


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