The words “consumer” and “choice” are often strung together, implying that as individual consumers, we have power.
It’s true that as consumers, we do—to some extent—have the power to choose what, how much and how often we consume.
Yet our choices are often defined and/or limited by the corporations and politicians who control the markets and the regulations governing products and entire industries.
Thankfully, as consumers shopping in a $200-billion organic and natural food sector, we also have political power. And there’s never been a better time to Read more