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Nice street shot!
Chris: The Saturday market
They all look very organic....They would fit in in Flagstaff...
Chris: There's a lot of this sort of thing around, I am pleased to say
  • Martine
  • France
  • 16 Jul 2018, 05:08
Jolie scène de rue.
Chris: Thank you kindly Martine
YAY for the organic growers/gardeners, Chris. We need them!
Chris: We certainly do Ginnie!
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 16 Jul 2018, 06:33
I hope you sampled something, Chris
Chris: I always do Lisl, some things I cannot keep my hands off
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 16 Jul 2018, 06:37
I know you are regularly visiting the organic market - and living very healthy!
Chris: I try my best Philine
  • Astrid
  • Nederland
  • 16 Jul 2018, 06:49
I like what Frank said, they look very organic, Chris.
ermmm the music, do they play that in the greenhouse? I think the vegetables run out one by one.
Chris: The organic vegetables command universal taste Astrid, but the music..
Des producteurs à  la vente ....une idée super !
Bonne journée
Chris: Thank you kindly Claudine
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 16 Jul 2018, 07:25
Is the lady with the bag an optician, I wonder? The wording on her bag looks much like an eye chart I had to stare at a few weeks ago.
Chris: An optician on her day off
The video is dreadful.

Being organic doesn't seem to have made them very cheerful
Chris: They are determined to endure an organic future
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 16 Jul 2018, 07:46
A small section of box gutteridge conveys the outside ness of this part of the station Tiff.
Chris: There is MORE TO LIFE than gutteridge Chad!
Organic all the way in my garden.
Chris: That is good
Judging from the size of those greens, Chris, organic gardening is the way to go. The cost may be a bit higher for the consumer but worth it health wise.
Chris: I agree with what you say entirely Bev
  • Ayush Basu
  • Venlo, Netherlands
  • 16 Jul 2018, 18:28
i am reminded of reading somewhere that apparently if the entire 7 billion of us decided to eat organic, there would be insufficient arable land. or something to that effect.
Chris: I can believe that Ayush
Looks like a branch of the Women's Institute - a very worthy organization.
Chris: Probably something like Bath Organic Group Tom
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England.
  • 16 Jul 2018, 20:48
Does organic mean something like orgasm.
Chris: WHAAATTT!!!
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 16 Jul 2018, 21:48
Using pesticides, hormones, chemical fertiliser, irradiation, chemical ripening and the rest is a huge cost factor. Now they produce foodstuffs without all that cost, yet charge an arm and a leg. That is the point that a buzzer goes off in my head.

I read and I find: As of 2012, the scientific consensus is that while "consumers may choose to buy organic fruit, vegetables and meat because they believe them to be more nutritious than other food.... the balance of current scientific evidence does not support this view." Quoted in Wiki from the "The Food Standards Agency's Current Stance", which is a UK government body.

Now I look at the rigid expressions behind that table and I wonder why are they not deriving pleasure from selling organics? Sharing a belief with fellow believers, makes me happy ...
Chris: There certainly is a level of worthiness in these people Louis
Women and organic... I like that...
Chris: I will never send you an inorganic woman Larry

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