Aussie fruit pickers have found themselves the target of a viral campaign by Australian fruit growers, who claim the fruit is being sold as a tasty and nutritious snack.
The campaign, called ‘fruit gush’, is designed to highlight the dangers of a high sugar, high fat diet, with some claiming that fruit has been “gulped” by the high-sugar and high-fat fruit industry.
“This is the fruit we are eating and we’re eating it with a huge fat content,” said Tom Bunn, who runs the Australian Fruit Gusher.
Tom Bunn said he started to notice a trend in the last few years.””
That’s why people like it.”
Tom Bunn said he started to notice a trend in the last few years.
“I think the consumer base is becoming increasingly educated about the health risks associated with eating high-carbohydrate foods, and now we’re seeing more of a focus on the benefits,” he said.
“A lot of people are now trying to understand why a lot more of the fruit in the supermarket comes from the same fruit growers as the ones who are making the highest profits from selling them.”
We’re seeing fruit growers that are being labelled as high-risk because they’re going through the process of making their fruit into fruit gusher products and making that into a snack.
The ASFBN also works to protect Australia’s environment through its Organic Food and Farming Alliance, which works to secure sustainable food and farming practices for the country’s farmers and farmers’ markets.””
This is a very important and important project.”
The ASFBN also works to protect Australia’s environment through its Organic Food and Farming Alliance, which works to secure sustainable food and farming practices for the country’s farmers and farmers’ markets.
“Our objective is to make the food system more sustainable and produce more sustainable produce,” Gormly said.
The Australian Greens, the Greens’ agriculture spokesperson, also support the campaign.
“The ASGNS is working to get rid of the high fructose corn syrup industry and replace it with an organic, fair trade alternative to high fructose sugar, and that will benefit our farmers and local food producers,” Greens co-leader James Shaw said.
Tom Bynn said the campaign was a way to make his community aware of the risks associated of high sugar and high fat fruit, which he said is the reason he’s not particularly happy about the high price of the fruits.
“In my view, it’s really quite bad,” he told ABC Radio Adelaide.
“You’ve got these big supermarkets, which are now selling fruits and vegetables with a high-spice content, with high fructose, and they’re not good for you, I mean, I think there are many fruits that are much better.”
“They’re not worth buying, because they don’t do anything for you.”
Tom said he’s never bought a fruit before, but said he was impressed with the taste of some of the produce he saw at the supermarket.
“They have got these little pear-sized fruit,” he added.
“What they’re doing is they’re trying to sell these things as a snack and not for anything else.”
But they’re just not.
You’re eating fruit and you’re eating a fruit with a lot going on.
“Tom, who also runs a small fruit farm in Western Australia, said he wanted to start a fruit gusher to raise the awareness about the dangers.”
There’s a whole lot of fruit growers out there that are actually working on this problem, but we’re still going to have to fight this until the day we die,” he explained.