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  Comments and Quotes  
- Id: 95

The goal: variety, nutrition and flavor.


Author: Donna Nabors - Id: 96

We want foods with lots of texture and different colors


Author: Back40 - Id: 81

When I have even trace amounts of conventional cane sugar, I feel fine ...until the next day's bowel movement. Then I have diarrhea and immediate "spaciness" and mental disorientation, plus extreme fatigue and weakness for several days following. This does NOT occur with organic sugarcane. I feel that it may be a delayed immune reaction to a pesticide, but why would it happen at that time? Is there anything I can do to relieve my symptoms once they start?


Author: Joe Desmond - Id: 164

Food safety is of utmost importance to us.




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