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We all want well-grown foods that are safe and wholesome and make us feel good
about eating them. And we want to have access to the choices we count on at the
prices that work for us.
But while everyone has their own tastes and beliefs about the food they serve
their families, did you know that there are a growing number of activists and
organizations campaigning to limit choices on the supermarket shelves based on
personal beliefs about how food is grown and produced? (And surprisingly, some
of their opinions are reaching the ears of those that make changes.)
The result? Less of what you want and fewer price alternatives. And it’s
happening right now.
Choose2Choose is the website that provides the latest information on
risk and balanced information on today’s farming methods and consumer food
questions, so you can choose what’s best for you and your family and help keep
your choices, yours.
Choose2Choose is a movement started by concerned mothers to help increase
awareness of the importance of having food choices and its impact on hunger in
The website is supported by The Center for Food Integrity, a non-profit
organization dedicated to building consumer trust and confidence in today’s food
What's At Risk?
When legislation passes that dictates how our food is grown and raised, the
domino effect impacts our food choices, and our pocketbooks. It also decreased
the number of family farms and increases the number of hungry Americans.
Overall, U.S. imports of agricultural and seafood products from all countries
have increased by nearly 50 percent over the last decade. Food enters the U.S.
through more than 300 ports and from over 150 countries. Keeping everything that
might be harmful from entering is difficult enough due to the cost and limited
personnel. What would happen if we had to depend on importing basic staples like
meat, milk and eggs?
View Impact Here
How can you keep your food choices, yours? By understanding them, building
awareness and protecting your food freedoms. If a growing number of activists
dictate how your food grown/raised, take the time to learn both sides of the
story. Talk to your local farmers, doctors and other experts. Because altering
one method of food production may mean increasing your food costs, importing
more foreign food and limiting your food choices. It may also mean that more
families in your state go hungry without that choice.