Makes sense to me.
Really the commercializing of our food source should be a concern for us all - pesticides, imports from 3rd world countries (which you know still use DDT), calves raised on cow blood (I have this from two sources now), chickens fed with chicken by-product and chicken meal (nice way of saying, ground up feet, feathers, and other unusable parts). Is it really any wonder it seems our great grandparents were healthier, even though they worked SO HARD to survive on the farm?
Much of our food is so tasteless, the fact is covered up with lots of salt so we "think" it has flavor, which in turn is bad for our kidneys.
So I value what comes from my garden for more than just my efforts of growing something coming to fruition, but because it tastes better, is healthier for me and the environment, and I know it had no pesticides or fertilizer given to it.
I'm curious if your grape tomatoes will have flavor this year if grown in REAL soil too!