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As I look forward into the future and kind of envisioning what we think natural food is going to look like – and we’re still using the word as a descriptor – that I’m excited for the change, for the fact that people will go back to smaller farms, that people will go back to heirloom animals, that people – once they try them, they appreciate them. But there’s a concern that goes with that, is that: is change going to come too quickly? And that, can the infrastructure support the change? And I think that when you look at organic and natural, the concept of natural and the change in eating habits within how Whole Foods and other natural food companies have developed, that’s all happened in the last 30 years. And it took hundreds of years to develop what we have. And so the issue is, is the supply going to be able to keep up with the demand. We know we can sell it. We don’t know that we are going to be able to provide the ingredients to meet the market.
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