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+23 1. krillemaster commented 8 years ago

Bacon <3
makes the world go round
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+5 2. irishgek commented 8 years ago

Every day we see "free range" chicken yet people think because they still see cows and pigs in fields that they all come from farms were there wild and free ...what happens to chicken in battery farms happens the same to cows and pigs !!

Honestly i'm not usually one to back up a hippie or agree with green peace , but free range animals and ones that are treated better well they just taste so much better in the end (as twisted as it sounds its true).
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-5 4. nomaddaf commented 8 years ago

Were it not for farm factories and genetic crops we would already be short of food and millions would die. Not only must we do it this way but we must make great strides forward or there will be famine world wide. This is not someday or hypothetical like global warming hoax. This is here and now! Pass the pork chops !!!
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+8 5. S3B commented 8 years ago

Did anyone else notice this is an advert for Chipotle chain of restaurants? For those who don't know Chipotle is owned by MacDonald's Corporation (yes, the other chain of fast food restaurants). So I kind of get mixed feelings about this video. It's like driving a hybrid car... you let off half the Co2 emissions but does that mean you're only half better than everyone else? Meh, maybe its a start.
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+3 6. Itsme78 commented 8 years ago

#5
In October 2006, McDonald's fully divested from Chipotle. This was part of a larger initiative for McDonald's to divest all of its non-core business restaurants – Chipotle, Donato's Pizza, and Boston Market – so that it could squarely focus on the main McDonald's chain. McDonald's invested approximately $360 million into Chipotle, and took out $1.5 billion

Steve Ells was prompted by an article written by Edward Behr to visit Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs). Ells found the CAFOs "horrific", and began sourcing from open-range pork suppliers. This caused an increase in the price, and also the sales of the carnitas burritos.

In 2001, Chipotle released a mission statement called Food With Integrity, which highlighted Chipotle's efforts to increase their use of naturally raised meat, organic produce, and dairy without added hormones. All of Chipotle's pork is naturally raised – defined by the company as open-range, antibiotic free, and with a vegetarian diet – as well as 80% of its chicken and 85% of the beef (100% of the barbacoa served is from naturally-raised beef)
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+5 7. mmmendal commented 8 years ago

#4 if we were to not eat meat AS MUCH and save all the seeds and other resources that go into meat production then there would be enough food to stop hunger anywhere on the planet (I heard it from Food Inc or some similar documentary).
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-1 8. TitvsCaivs commented 8 years ago

I agree with #4
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-1 9. oldcurt6 commented 8 years ago

#4 has ia right
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0 10. Gattaiolato commented 8 years ago

if cultivate a better world mean ruin a great song I'll start to plant car batteries in the forest...
Sorry willie but somebody had to tell you! :|
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+1 11. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

It is an covered up Mc Donalds advertisement. The "feel good" stuff you now associate with chipotl, is nothing more then making you eat their stuff.
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+2 12. Burimi commented 8 years ago

Lets cultivate better US (WE) than better world will come by itself
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-2 13. Siruss commented 8 years ago

#4 is bang on. Factory farms exist because of #1's attitude. Wake up. This video is pure corporate feel good propaganda.
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+1 14. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

#5 You are spreading false info hoping for thumbs up by dissing one of the world's most successful fast food chains. McDonalds owned majority stock in Chipotle Mexican Grill for a few years up until 2006 when it fully divested itself of that interest. But you did suck in a few believers.
Chipotle is still based out of Denver, Colorado and owned by the original founder of the company. They offer high quality food at fair prices.
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+2 15. Highmeadow commented 8 years ago

#14 - WTF, are you their marketing manager? :D

BTW, I am a farmer, and while I wish it was that easy to make wholesale changes to the farming industry, it isn't going to happen until more consumers are willing to change. If you are not ready to make a change that could risk your own livelihood, such as not using fossil fuels even if it means losing your job because you can't get to work, then don't ask a farmer to do so. Farmers can't change the system, because they are at the mercy of the food processors. It's your choices that determine what the processors are willing to pay for.
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+2 16. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

#15 "WTF, are you their marketing manager?"
Nope , just hate people talking smack when they don't have a clue what they are talking about.
Respect to farmers. There are no easy days when you farm,whether grain or livestock farming it is early morning to late evening every day to be able to make it.
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-2 17. sgtstone5 commented 8 years ago

#4 is one of a few in here who knows what he's talking about
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+3 18. cretia commented 8 years ago

the only way to cultivate a better world is to start with the humans
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0 19. moon-trial commented 8 years ago

But I really don't know who could wish to be a farmer these days: This cannot be done for money, then you really need to love doing that job!

I don't see the point of spending a lot of money to put fuel in tractors to harvest something that cannot pay the price of the fuel used for harvesting...
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0 20. S3B commented 8 years ago

#14 I couldn't give a toss about how many thumbs up I get. As much as I love burritos I've never been a fan of fast food chains and I had no intention of spreading dis-information. Maybe you love your local Chipotle restaurant and religiously follow their corporate developments, but the fact that MacDonald's had a stake in it is enough for me to lose interest and eat at a proper Mexican restaurant to have a burrito.

But you are very disillusioned to think that Chipotle is high quality food. Are you insane? Do you know how many calories are in a burrito? There is a very big difference in quality of nutrition from fast food chains to fine dining restaurants.

On a side note, if I really wanted to get lots of thumbs up I would have made a reference to the South Park episode that Chipotle makes your ass bleed. Good day to you sir.
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0 21. Guss commented 8 years ago

great video, but easy to say, to do it's other thing