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  • Ben Goldhirsh

    loved this line: "No matter who you talk to or how you slice it, the term sustainable is is a reference to a very simple ethos: Leave this place a little better than you found it."

    Are you feeling like people are throwing around these terms without living up to the correlated behavior?

    • Every Last Morsel

      Glad you liked it!

      Most companies and people who use the terms are living up to the correlated behavior, so we're glad they're using them! It's really about educating the consumer.

      People are bombarded with these terms everyday, so they assume they know the definitions. Many don't. The more people we can educate on what organic, local, and sustainable really mean, the more people will make good purchasing decisions -- and ultimately good lifestyle decisions.