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Unformatted text preview: RESEARCH DRAFT PART II Research Draft Part II Gregory Amis DeVry University RESEARCH DRAFT PART II Research Draft Part II Organic food should be the sole method of production because it is much better for the people that eat it. Although it is important to note that even the organic food market is being influenced by technology and industrial principles. Furthermore, the economical feasibility of implementing a food production system that utilizes entirely organic methods is questionable. Much of the reason that the industrial food chain is the most popular is that it is capable of producing inexpensive food on a large scale in order to feed the majority of Americans. Organic food should replace industrial food because it treats animals and the environment more humanely. Organic farming reduces pollutants in groundwater and creates richer soil that aids plant growth while reducing erosion, according to the Organic Trade Association. It also decreases pesticides that can end up in your drinking glass; in some cities, pesticides in tap water...
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2012 for the course ENG 135 taught by Professor Guttenberg during the Fall '11 term at DeVry Manhattan.
- Fall '11