Why I Don’t Buy Seafood Market anymore
I’ve never been into seafood.
In fact, I don’t like to eat it at all.
But I have never bought any of it in the past five years, and now I’m starting to reconsider.
I bought a few dozen shrimp at a Costco in 2010.
They were great, I thought.
It was a pretty good price for them, at $5.95 for an entire head.
I thought that was a bargain.
But then I heard from someone who had been there for about a year and bought about $1,000 worth of shrimp and was told that the price would drop.
I called Costco, and they told me that they could not sell the shrimp because it was a “sustainable” product.
The supplier had gone bankrupt and no longer existed.
I’m a seafood-obsessed person, so I bought the shrimp.
I had no idea the supplier was bankrupt and that there was a huge, looming possibility of the supplier going bust.
Then, a few years later, Costco began selling the fish for the same price.
I went back to Costco, thinking, “If Costco sells the fish at $1.95, why should I pay $10?”
But then I remembered how the supplier had died.
That $10 price was too high, I realized.
I couldn’t afford to go back to the store.
So I stopped buying seafood.And I don´t buy any seafood any more.
The other thing I do is buy organic.
I buy everything from organic, grass-fed beef, to organic salmon, and then from organic.
And the only way I can buy organic beef is if I buy it from an organic farm.
I just bought my first organic farm from a small family farm in Minnesota.
It’s called the Organic Farmers Market in Minneapolis.
It has organic chicken, organic pork, organic carrots, organic potatoes, and organic strawberries.
The food is great, but it´s not as good as it used to be.
I would say organic is now about $2.99 per pound.
It just isn’t as good.
I started making this decision about a month ago, when I decided that I would not eat any seafood, no matter how good it was. And I donít even buy any.
I just eat the stuff that I can’t find at the supermarket.
But if I have to buy fish, I buy the fish that is in the grocery store.
And then I buy fish from the local supermarket.
I eat fish more often than I do seafood.
I also get more organic fish from local fish farms.
And when I buy organic fish, they taste really good.
I am a big fan of organic fish.
So that was the beginning of the shift.
Now, I’m eating organic fish at least once a week.
But the thing is, I eat fish every now and then, when it’s just not my thing.
I don`t like to think about the difference in quality between organic and conventional.
But I still want to buy it if it has been in the store for at least a year, and it is still fresh.
It might be worth the extra money, if the fish has not been treated with chemicals, or if the price is still way below what it should be.
But the fish in the market is still going to cost me more.
If I have a family of five who eat seafood, I am going to have to pay for it.
I will probably never go back.
I have been buying seafood for years.
I think that is the way I want it to be, but there is just no way that I will ever get to that point.
I think it is important to realize that not everyone has the same choices, and that is why Costco and other companies offer these special deals on seafood.
People should have access to whatever product they want, because that is what it is meant to be for.