Survival Essentials Encourages Consumers To Buy Locally Grown Food
(EMAILWIRE.COM, June 25, 2015 ) Kansas, Oklahoma -- Lynn Hall, founder of Survival Essentials, encourages consumers to buy organic produce from local markets. Not only will supporting local agri-businesses and farmers benefit the community, consumers will also have a better chance of finding fresh and great tasting produce from local farmer markets.
Selling genetically modified food at public markets have decreased recently -- and for good reason. According to various studies, eating Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) can lead to many health risks. However, people should also know that Non-GMO food can also cause the same health problems.
The prevalence of synthetic fertilizers and chemicals for farming is well documented. Companies and businesses use them to prolong food life span and increase yield. Although not genetically modified, it still poses the same harm as GMO since the food is contaminated with different substances.
"Consumers looking for fresh, better-tasting produce should go to local farmer markets," said Lynn Hall.
"Little time is spent from harvest to table -- making it a more viable choice for getting the most nutrients. A study also suggests that eating food grown locally are healthier and have lower levels of toxins," he added.
For people who don't know where the local farm market is, Lynn Hall suggests to try home gardening. Home gardeners have more control over their Food supply. They can choose to go organic or not. Not only that, their monthly food costs will be lessened. Most importantly, home gardeners can harvest fresh, nutritious produce from their own backyard whenever they want. It's a luxury not enjoyed by many.
About Survival Essentials
Survival Essentials is an anti-GMO, pro-organic company. The founders, Lynn and Debra Hall, are heirloom seed gardeners for over 25 years. They experienced first hand the benefits of living a healthy life through eating fresh, nutritious organic produce. Both share their knowledge and expertise through their website survival-essentials.com. They also sell the heirloom seeds they plant. Survival Essentials' 100-Variety Heirloom Seed Bank package can be found on Amazon, which currently sits #44 in Amazon's Top Sellers, vegetable category.
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