From: Icicle Networks
Published May 18, 2005 12:00 AM

On Beyond Organic: Is Organic Elitist?

One of the biggest complaints about organic food is price.


In fact, according to conservative pundits like the Hoover Institute's Henry I. Miller, the organic movement is not only elitist, but technophobic and possibly even racist.


Unlike health professionals who have been increasing successful in educating the public about the benefits diet and nutrition, organic proponents have done a relatively inadequate job of educating talking about the true costs of organics.


Simply put: If you pay more at retail, who benefits?


This Wednesday, join host Jerry Kay, publisher of the Environmental News Network as we take a look at some of the true costs of organic foods, and some innovative solutions to the unique economic barriers illuminated by the organic foods movement.


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The Beyond Organic radio show broadcasts every Wednesday at 10 a.m. (PST). For information on this week's guests and to tune in, visit www.BeyondOrganic.com. You can also listen at www.iciclenetworks.com and www.wisdommedia.com.


Source: Icicle Networks


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