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September 22, 2009

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April

That is very interesting. The interactive charge is even better! Thanks!

Erin

That is absolutely crazy. When you think about it very few of us have any idea where our food comes from and we trust people whom we don't trust for anything else to look out for us. Out of balance? Um, yeah.

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