So we meet another problem at this point, we find ourselves in a minefield of potential bad buys. I personally try to avoid brand names and look closely when shopping for things. I am prone to mistakes though, as we all are. Something that happened to me recently was I bought some biscuits. I looked through the packets and I chose one with a clear cellophane wrapper and a simple paper sticker. I really felt ok about these biscuits. When I got home however, and read the ingredients, I noticed palm oil. I don't like buying palm oil as the industry threatens orangutan habitat. I'd been tricked? Or I'd not read the ingredients properly? .. I was given a false sense of security because of its packaging. That's the truth, I accept that I really would be better of checking. Another trick that is played on us as consumers is the price war. I was looking at breakfast cereal and there were some nice ones, wholesome and natural ones, and then some massive boxes of kelloggs and nestle cereal, half the price, twice the amount. Anyone watching pennies is taken in straight away by this. But think again, would you buy a meal for 15p? would you expect it to be any good? So when you are presented with extremely cheap products, ask yourself if you are worth that amount for your meals, or would you prefer a better food source? For me, I prefer much better.
Look after yourselves.
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