By Robb Fraley, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
What comes to mind when someone says, “Thanksgiving.” Now let me guess what you’re thinking:
Turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, Brussels sprouts, cranberry sauce, rolls, sweet potato casserole and pecan or pumpkin pie. Oh, and a salad to get you started – a nice kale salad, perhaps.
Was I close?
Now let’s take a hypothetical situation:
Suppose you’re in charge of cooking your family’s Thanksgiving dinner this year. As you plan your shopping, your preference is for “natural foods” over ones you associate with modern or “industrial” agriculture.… Full Article »