Monday, March 11, 2013

One Big Promise

I might be an idiot.  This hasn't been confirmed for sure, but I made a discovery today that has led to me believe it's possible that I am really dumb.

For years, my grocery store has carried Nature's Promise products.  I buy them all the time, especially when it comes to meat.  You can't get me to buy any other brand of meat, actually.

This week, there's a sale on Nature's Promise chicken and Nature's Promise Organic chicken.

Wait, WHAT?  There's a difference?

Suddenly, I have a choice between Nature's Promise chicken and Nature's Promise Organic chicken.

This is where the problem comes in.  I can't remember if I used to think that Nature's Promise chicken WAS organic, or if I knew it wasn't but was willing to believe it was better quality and less tampered with than the chicken further down the row.

I actually stood in front of the meat and had this mental conversation and near breakdown because I. Don't. Know.  I don't know if I knew or it if this is news.

And if it's news, this is a REALLY BIG DEAL  because I've been paying extra for this better quality chicken that isn't!

If I already knew it was 'natural' and not 'organic' then whoo hoo, I can now get 'organic' if I so choose and it's n big deal.

Unfortunately, there is no way I'll ever know.  And I feel a little resentful toward Nature's Promise.  Because I might have been stupid enough to fall for their sly advertising that might have led me to believe there was goodness in their products.

1 comment:

  1. I've always been convinced that nature's promise is a farce. That might be a foul joke...


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