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Natural Brands Betray Consumers Over GMO Labeling
So-called "natural" brands like Kashi, Larabar and Silk
are actually owned by food giants such as Kellogg, General Mills and
Dean Foods, and those companies funneled money into an insidious campaign to defeat the GMO
labeling ballot measure (prop. 37) in California. Learn more:
To make it easier for shoppers to identify and support organic brands whose corporate owners support
Proposition 37, and avoid buying brands owned by companies that financially contributed to opposing the "Right
to Know" campaign, The Cornucopia Institute has developed a guide for consumers. (http://www.cornucopia.org/2012/08/prop37)
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