I think this is exactly what KimchiNinja meant. At least that's how I understood him.
Originally Posted by Urban Forager
I was just talking to the farmer who supplies our beef and lamb about his business. He sounds like a pretty savvy capitalist, but one of his top objectives is to bring quality food to his community. He acknowledged that he sometimes made choices that cost him money in pursuit of that objective and he seemed to just accept that as the cost of an ethical business. While that attitude is not uncommon among small businesses, I don't see it catching on with big business. I think capitalism can be beautiful at the bottom. I doubt there's any way to make it beautiful at the top.
CW-125, part calorie counting, part transition to primal
GW- Goals are no longer weight-related