Where Thrive Foods Are Grown: Food Country of Origin
Have you ever noticed that many foods you buy in the traditional grocery store or even the not so traditional grocery store fail to tell you the food country of origin for the product?
Have you noticed that in some grocery brand store foods, even those that are labeled organic or non-GMO that they will have some third party organic certifying company, such as QAI, seal on the food but the food country of origin is missing?
Why is that important? Well, even if a foreign farm is trying to use organic growing practices, what if their water supply is not the purest? Look on youtube at multiple videos at the quality of water that fishing and agriculture farmers have access to in Southeast Asia.
Water and Air Pollution
Chinese Cancer Villages from Pollution
Comprehensive Report on How Extensive the Heavy Metals & Other Pollution Has Invaded Food Grown in China
Cancer is now the no. 1 killer in China, and its growing at a rapid rate, with a good portion of those deaths attributed to pollution.
Inspect Me Not
Despite this alarming situation the U.S. Government inspects less than 2% of the food we import from China. This is despite that the Chinese people don’t trust their own food supply. (Add to this the fact that in general there is a quality control problem with Chinese imports, as more than 50% of the product recalls ordered by the Consumer Product Safety Division were manufactured in China.)
I encourage you to watch this short video about the holes within our system:
Did you notice that foreign Asian food processing facilities had workers smoking while working or dropped food on the floor, picked it up and put it back into the production line? And those issues do not deal with the heavy metal toxins and chemicals foods are exposed to in China!
China is one of the major importers of food into the US!
Does that alarm you? We’re blessed with much cleaner water supplies than most countries in the world. We just can’t assume that everyone is as blessed as we are.
A food’s country of origin is something that one might want to factor in before one eats a food item. I know I do. I do not want to eat anything from China. I also want to avoid as much as possible any food or fish from Southeast Asia.
What about you? Does the food country of origin matter?
One thing I appreciate about Thrive Foods is that the company publishes the country of origin of its food line. That way if I don’t like where they source the particular food item, I don’t have to buy the product.
None of Thrive’s Foods are imported from China.
Here is our most current Thrive Products Detail report. This report discloses more information than required, such as Country of Origin.
How many other freeze dried food, long term food storage companies or food producers and grocery stores give full disclosure as to the source of each of their ingredients? Sure, their food items may be packaged or processed in the US, but are their food ingredients grown in the US? Does a customer service representative just make the verbal representation or do they put the food country of origin in writing? Which do you prefer, verbal representations (which can lead to misunderstandings) or having the representations in writing?
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