There's No such Thing as Homemade Ice Cream
Written By: Jeffrey Tucker | Posted: Tuesday, April 12th, 2011
In the freezer section of the grocery store, there's Vanilla Bean, French Vanilla, and yet another vanilla flavor called Homemade Vanilla. Now, come on! I'm in the store here, looking at rows and rows of commercial products produced by a vast capitalistic machinery, a cornucopia of frozen goods made by advanced industrial technologies, made from goods and services that require a global division of labor and a sophisticated trading and price system rooted in private property and replete with entrepreneurial risk at every stage of production.
There's nothing "homemade" about anything here, and surely everyone knows that. It's just marketing - not that there's anything wrong with that.
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