Almost every situation where we make a decision involves some compromise.
Breakfast cereal … I love non-standard less-sweet varieties that can’t be found in the Kellogg’s or Post sections of the supermarket. So my search for interesting cereals brought me to Big Lots. (I’m a Big Fan of Big Lots.)
I found a tropical fruits cereal there, from Poland, of all places! Then, I noticed that Big Lots imported it from Poland. There aren’t many tropical fruits in Poland. So the fruits were grown in Africa, flown to Poland, and then the end product was flown to some warehouse in Columbus, Ohio. Then they were transported to Denver. And trucked from the local Big Lots warehouse to my local suburban store.
That’s a lot of carbon footprint.
But how do we avoid that? It’s not easy. Tropical fruits aren’t grown in Denver either. But I like them.
How do you decide which products you buy?
2 Replies to “How do you decide?”
There’s still going to be footprints on the following, but you CAN make your own cereal! OK, maybe not tropical fruit, but some nutty goodness that you can get at the natural food store. Here’s a great link.
Love you heaps!
Thanks for that great reminder!
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