December 3rd, 2011 Athens, Greece


Troō Food Liberation

Troō Food Liberation is a collective of people from different backgrounds  that  came together to work toward exposing the truth behind our food. We advocate for people to make more conscious decisions as consumers. We believe in the right of all people to eat real food, food that is free of pesticides and genetic modification. Real food which retains its nutritional value and original healing properties. We believe in the ancient Greek motto of “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” (Hippocrates, 460 B.C.). We believe in moving away from the corporate power structure that the food industry has become and encourages cruelty free diets. Cruelty free means that we do not exploit animals for food or other uses, we support fair trade economies and boycott those economies that are making a profit out of  peoples suffering. The Food industry has made us sick, it has endangered our seeds to the brink of extinction and together with the pharmaceutical industry they have enslaved our economy and our health.

By following an alternative health care system that goes back to ancient models of healing and practicing preventive medicine we connect back to our own bodies and as an extension to the Earth itself. Leading sustainable, cruelty-free, more self-sufficient lives  leads to a healthy, happy population that is hard to control… The role of food in our lives today is hugely important – it is political, it is social, it is ecological, it is communal and it should always taste damn fine! Carcieri’s frustration that rhode island’s schools have not improved fast enough in this era of hard-nosed accountability

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