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Welcome to www.consumewithcare.org

We are so excited to be up and running. Watch this space for lots of great information on how you can vote with your wallet to help minimise animal suffering. We’re thrilled to be part of a growing movement of consumers who are concerned about where their food comes from and how it was raised. As mothers shopping for and feeding our families, we found wading through the myriad of different labels time-consuming and confusing. We know that many people feel the same way. Check out the site for explanations of what all the different labels mean, what to buy and where to buy. We’d love to hear from you about any producers or food outlets who are part of this movement so we can spread the word. Stay tuned for lots more ……

NatDeb
5 comments
  • NatDeb
    Mar 04, 2013 (09:53)

    Thank you for your comment. We are very passionate about promoting animal derived products that come from true free-range and organic producers. We believe that this is a middle ground that can be attained by every consumer. Quality over quantity and consciousness with every purchase will make a huge difference to the lives of millions of animals.
    The consumewithcare.org team X

  • Pennne Dennison
    Mar 04, 2013 (11:45)

    The blogs are so informative and inspiring. I am going to spread the word and am a huge fan of the whole site. Congrats Nat & Deb!

  • Alison Mayne
    Mar 25, 2013 (23:12)

    This site is just wonderful !!! I have been saying quality not quantity for years. I have always brought free range even in tight times, just not as much or I don’t buy luxuries like soft drinks and chocolate. It’s all about ethical choices. Anyone can do it. It seems now its all about cheaper the better, “all about me”. Whereas past generations grew up on quality, ethical foods and did not earn anything like we do today. I own 6 very happy chickens myself and I wanted to find out more about free range and the statistics here in Australia, hence finding your site. Did you know in some developed countries there are major supermarkets they only sell free range eggs, not a cage one in sight. Isn’t that just great !! Well done on this site, it’s beautiful to see !!

  • Lisbeth Wallace
    Mar 26, 2013 (16:56)

    Yes, Stop cruelty to animals. Free range … no tying up or caging,..humane slaughter. But to say Stop farming is silly. Vegetables and fruit need to be farmed. Not everyone can have a backyard full of their own produce — But I believe that every household can grow something — even in pots. If it is more than they need then they can barter and share with neighbours. Whole countries are unable to produce because of weather conditions..a lot of those have starving people. They must have something they can barter for food from other countries. Bad trade practices, Greed for profits, and Corrupt Officials do more harm to the starving populations.

    • NatDeb
      Apr 06, 2013 (09:46)

      Hi Lisbeth,
      Thanks for your comments on our blog. We agree that people need to take back their power and start to grow their own food, as well as taking ownership of where they spend their dollars. Each time we shop we vote and we can make a difference by buying products that are organic, true free range and grown locally.
      There are huge problems with big companies running our food sources, but we still have power in each purchasing decision we make.
      Big business listen to the bottom line.
      Have you seen Food Inc, its a very eye opening movie on the topic.
      Thanks for your support.
      Regards,
      The Consumewithcare.org Team

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