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Phil August 28, 2011 10:16 PM

Deceptive Advertising... Real Blueberries Full of Antioxidents, EH? Guess again, TW..
 
TW should enjoy! ... :)

Not enough characters and space available through SowPub's Subject/Title to get the Full message accross...

Deceptive Advertising... Thought you're [Getting] Real Blueberries, Full of Antioxidents, (inside) Each and Every package EH? Guess again...

If you Watch & Listen, very Carefully right to the End of the Video...

You might just Realize some Excellent Marketing Tactics and ideas In Marketing ''Higher Quality'' Specialty, Specialized products, Find the missing Components & {Key Offerings} just being one of them... ;)

Smart Marketing Lessons on related Up-Selling...

Worth Applying & [Twisting] into Misc. Higher Quality, Consumer... Business industries and very Niche Specialized Marketplaces...

Food and Endless other Possibilites... Natural related Niches etc. etc...

We all Know that Real Blueberries are Full of Antioxidents but Look at what several BIG Food companies are Doing to Make for Huge Profits....

Isnít this Something? Nothing but Disregard and Serious... Greed! ...

Who would have Thought, Kellogs, Betty Crocker and Many others ... Products Deceiving?

Watch for Yourself...

As they ''Say'' in Today's Consumer And Business World...

Pass It On to Every Consumer, Slightly concerned on related issues...
http://naturalnews.tv/v.asp?v=7EC06D...E7DA8483025962

Deceptive Advertising 101...
http://www.google.com/search?q=Decep...ient=firefox-a

Phil

SteveSki August 29, 2011 12:23 PM

Re: Deceptive Advertising... Real Blueberries Full of Antioxidents, EH? Guess again, TW..
 
Thanks for posting that Phil.

These food giants are evil.

It's best to grow and eat as much of your own food as you can.

I don't have a backyard. Just a small patio area but thanks to someone
whom I recently met I just had a garden delivered to me. Green smoothies
for breakfast and salads for lunch everyday now.

Plus I'm thinking of turning this into a spare time business!

I'm documenting it on my new blog at: www.Rent-A-Garden.org


Cheers,
Steve

Phil September 1, 2011 12:53 AM

The Six Thousand Hidden Dangers of Processed Foods (and What to Choose Instead)...
 
Hi Steve,

Glad you enjoyed the info...

If we [Think] that Red #40 & Blue #2 is a Serious problem...

Just imagine what most Consumers are Eating and Feeding into their Bodies with Processed Foods these days! ...

Another Excellent consumer Marketing message/example regarding... Specialized products, Suggestions & Solutions of course... (Circa) October 18, 2007...

Processed Foods after Digging into the following? Probably Not any Longer... :)

The Six Thousand Hidden Dangers of Processed Foods (and What to Choose Instead)...
http://bodyecology.com/articles/hidd...ssed_foods.php

Great idea with...
http://rentagarden.org/

More misc. Quick info... Idea(s), Add-ons regarding [Eco] related Gardening etc... Green related Money making... Marketing & Brainstorming! ...
http://www.springwise.com/?s=garden
http://www.springwise.com/?s=vegetables
http://www.springwise.com/?s=organic
http://webecoist.com/2008/08/20/list...earch-engines/
http://www.planetfriendly.net/organic.html
http://clickandgrow.com/
http://www.windowfarms.org/
http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2010...ss-is-blooming
http://kerryg.hubpages.com/hub/List-...-and-Gardeners

Seed Pack [Advertising/Marketing] Tactics...

Smart, Cool and Useable method(s) to Get your Marketing messages across with a Variety of misc. related business models & ideas...
http://www.google.com/search?q=seed+...w=1440&bih=692
http://www.sparrowandjacobs.com/index.php?pageId=4

Phil

Robert J. September 20, 2011 11:40 PM

Re: Deceptive Advertising... Real Blueberries Full of Antioxidents, EH? Guess again, TW..
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by SteveSki (Post 28997)
Thanks for posting that Phil.

These food giants are evil.

It's best to grow and eat as much of your own food as you can.

I don't have a backyard. Just a small patio area but thanks to someone
whom I recently met I just had a garden delivered to me. Green smoothies
for breakfast and salads for lunch everyday now.

Plus I'm thinking of turning this into a spare time business!

I'm documenting it on my new blog at: www.Rent-A-Garden.org


Cheers,
Steve


Steve, I like the blog. Those boxes look great ... but wow! Are they ever high-end!

SteveSki September 21, 2011 07:40 AM

Re: Deceptive Advertising... Real Blueberries Full of Antioxidents, EH? Guess again, TW..
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Robert J. (Post 29146)
Steve, I like the blog. Those boxes look great ... but wow! Are they ever high-end!


Thanks Robert, The EZGROW planters actually pay for themselves. Iím saving at least $30 each week on the Organic Produce we use to buy each week at the Framers Market. Will be adding the video that the local TV camera man made
sometime this weekend and it looks like 60 Minutes here in Australia is going to do a segment on them!

Cheers,
Steve Shulenski
www.Rent-A-Garden.org

-TW September 22, 2011 02:53 AM

Steve -- question...
 
Those boxes do look great.

But whenever I see grow-your-own-stuff type boxes + planters for fruits, vegs, + even herbs, etc., I think to myself, "Yes, but I will certainly harvest/eat that stuff WAY FASTER THAN IT GROWS (back)." --- no?

How long does it take to grow 10 tomatoes vs. how long it takes to EAT 10 tomatoes. Seems like you're still gonna buy a lot of produce at the store -- no?

SteveSki September 24, 2011 06:20 AM

Re: Steve -- question...
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by -TW (Post 29152)
Those boxes do look great.

But whenever I see grow-your-own-stuff type boxes + planters for fruits, vegs, + even herbs, etc., I think to myself, "Yes, but I will certainly harvest/eat that stuff WAY FASTER THAN IT GROWS (back)." --- no?

How long does it take to grow 10 tomatoes vs. how long it takes to EAT 10 tomatoes. Seems like you're still gonna buy a lot of produce at the store -- no?


Hi TW, Thanks for asking about the EZYGROW Planters.

I always think, since I have to buy food and eat anyway - which is the better choice for me? Grow some of my own or not? Which cost more? Which tastes better? Which choice is better for my body?

I’m only using the planters to grow mostly greens. We drink a lot of green smoothies and as Robert pointed out the planters are high end and not for everyone. My wife likes them because they are easy to move and look good. They are heavy and we don’t have the new wheels on ours yet but all it takes to slide them around is a just slight push. I like them because before we had them we use to buy most of our Kale, Lettuce and Spinach or Silverbeet at our farmers market held every Sunday. The greens would take up most of the space in our refrigerator making it hard to find what you where looking for and greens don’t keep well for more than a few days in the fridge. Plus we go on frequent photo safari trips and often can’t make it to the Sunday Market.

So now it’s nice to have plenty of leftover space in the fridge as we just pluck out greens from the planters and put them straight into the blender plus when we return we can look forward to having more fresh greens than before we left!

Honestly, we would have probably never purchased these on our own. The EZGROW people tracked us down because a few years ago my wife and I purchased a digital projector and started to hold pupil viewings of the movie “Simply Raw - Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days” At the viewings we made green smoothies for people to sample because it’s a very easy and great tasting way to increase your consumption of healthy raw food and start experiencing the benefits of improved health, energy and weight loss.

Barry who owns the EZGROW business was introduced to Green Smoothies by Glenda who discovered Green Smoothies from us. After a few months of drinking Green Smoothies and feeling the difference they made to his energy levels Barry tracked us down and offered to give us 4 EZGROW Planters and of course we are happy to promote him because its something we believe in. During the time Barry made us the offer and the actual delivery of our planters I did a bit of research on container gardens and came across this site at: www.globalbuckets.org

I made one of the buckets. I already had a drill but had to buy a few hole saws, PVC pipe and two 5 gallon buckets plus it took well over an hour to drill all of the air holes in the buckets. The buckets don’t do a very good job of preventing heat transferring to the roots of the plants. The EZYGROW Planters are doubled walled and the pocket of air between the walls provide excellent insulation from the heat. The two young brothers with the Global Buckets site are now recommending using Grow Bags as the best low cost solution to container gardening and I just planted up 10 grow bags with tomatoes, cucumbers and bell peppers / capsicums so I’ll let you know how they work for us.

We had to go photograph in Brisbane for a week recently and the EZGROW Planters did well on their own because of the water reservoir built into the bottom. But with the grow bags you have to water them several times a day because they dry out so quickly so I’m installing a drip irrigation system on a automatic timer in preparation for our next trip away from home.

Anyway, I’m grateful to Barry for reintroducing me to gardening. Always had a real dirt garden in my backyard back in the States but here in Australia we live in a 3 bedroom townhouse that only has a small patio for a backyard so for people like us, container gardening is great!

Cheers,
Steve

PS… I just adding the video clip that our local TV Cameraman shot to the bottom of the front page of www.Rent-A-Garden.org


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