It seemed strange to me last Saturday, when I found myself standing in the aisle of the lawn and garden center pondering whether I should plant a few vegetables in my flower garden. Let’s face it, except for a couple of tomato and green pepper plants, I haven’t done any serious vegetable gardening since my son went off to college more than 20 years ago. But, like most serious people these days, I’m not only concerned about rising food prices, I’m also disturbed about the quality of the food the country is importing.
Food inspections need to be a higher priority
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