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About Paper Bags - From the the USDA website “Levels of components such as metal fragments, glue and chemicals may be present at higher-than-acceptable limits and can migrate into the food. These bags may not necessarily be sanitary, particularly since they may be stored under a variety of conditions.”
More from the Pocono Record - “Paper bags generate 70 percent more air and 50 percent more water pollutants than plastic bags. It takes about 90 percent less energy to recycle a pound of plastic than it does to recycle a pound of paper.”
And many, many more like this one - Paper production uses more resources (trees, water, energy), and takes up valuable space in landfills, and requires significant chemicals. Although paper can be biodegradable, typical landfills lack the water, light, and oxygen required for the degradation process. Paper bag consumption contributes to global warming as trees are cut down, reducing our supply of oxygen, and greenhouses gases and toxic chemicals are emitted in the paper production process. Although more paper bags are recycled than plastic, paper requires 91% more energy to recycle per pound.
WHOLE FOODS investors and customers deserve the WHOLE TRUTH...WHOLE FOODS wants you to think it helps the environment. WHOLE FOODS says they’re getting rid of plastic bags to help the planet. They say they’re using 100% recycled bags. In a 2007 scandal, John Mackey deceived stockholders by masquerading as “Rehodeb” (online identity). Today the company’s pattern of deception continues by mislabeling its products.The WHOLE TRUTH? WHOLE FOODS is greenwashing.
1. WHOLE FOODS “recycled” paper bags are more harmful to the environment than plastic bags.
2. WHOLE FOODS paper bags are only 40% recycled and they’re manufactured in Mexico.
3. WHOLE FOODS paper bags are more than 10 times more expensive to produce than plastic. That cost is passed on to the consumer.
WHOLE FOODS is pulling a bag over your eyes. It’s time for WHOLE FOODS to reveal the truth behind its bag campaign. It’s time for WHOLE FOODS to publish the monetary and environmental costs of its new bag program. WHOLE FOODS needs to come clean with its investors and customers.
Sunday, February 10, 2008
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Saturday, February 2, 2008
Luke Ford is the author of four books, including:
"I recently ran into a guy named Luke , who I had lost over time. When I caught up with his website at lukeford.net, he was shredding some shreddable industryite or another. But after more digging, I found that Luke has done some pretty unusual journalistic work… He is building a database of in-depth interviews with Hollywood producers, the least interviewed group of high-profile industry players. The list he’s developed is pretty jaw-dropping."
"I didn’t realize just how irresponsible we normally are in everyday private conversations until I encountered L.A. blogger Luke Ford. Ford goes around to parties with a tape recorder and immediately posts snatches of dialogue on the web. His reporting is impeccable. He has faithfully quoted me libeling dozens of people on two separate occasions."
"Luke Ford is the Andy Kaufman of bloggers,"Allan Mayer, former editor of Buzz magazine
On 11/14/03, The New York Times apologized for its plagiarism of a paragraph of Lukeford.net by Hollywood correspondent Bernard Weinraub.
"That paragraph was reproduced nearly verbatim from a Weblog compiled by a Los Angeles journalist, Luke Ford…"
Luke appeared in the USA Today (8/2/00), New York Post (10/7/97), New Times Los Angeles cover story (1/28/99), Los Angeles Times (7/8/99, 6/10/04), Sydney Morning Herald (11/14/98), Rolling Stone (8/19/99), Village Voice (3/4/99), The Independent on Sunday (1/18/98), GQ (12/99, British edition), Salon.com (7/13/99), Online Journalism Review (7/9/98), Composite (9/98), the Forward (1/7/00, 7/30/04), New York Times (5/20/01, 11/14/03), Details magazine 6/01, The Jerusalem Report (7/31/01, 8/19/04), Los Angeles magazine (04/04), LA Weekly cover (4/20/06), Los Angeles Daily News (6/5/07), Jewish Journal cover (8/3/07) and other publications.
His TV appearances include Entertainment Tonight (2/8/99), Fox Files (3/25/99), the E! True Hollywood Story (11/5/00), Disinfo Nation (May, 2001), the National Enquirer’s TV show Uncovered (6/13/01), VH1’s Centerfold Babylon (10/12/03) and Hollywood Blackmail (April 2006), 60 Minutes (11/23/03), KNBC News (Aug. 30, 2007) and ABC News (9/11/07). He’s in the National Film Board of Canada documentary "Give Me Your Soul" which premiered 10/20/00 on the CBC program Newsworld.
The son of a Christian evangelist, Luke grew up in Australia until moving to California in 1977. During the 1980s he wrote for various newspapers including the Auburn Journal and worked as a reporter in the news department of KAHI/KHYL radio in the Sacramento area. He studied economics at UCLA but dropped out short of his undergraduate degree.
"…he breaks legitimate stories that have a huge impact."
"…aggressive, eloquent, he’s a kind of shaggy-haired, acid-washed Brad Pitt…"
"Smart, insightful and with a charming Australian accent, Ford is one of the most fascinating characters…"
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