Which Natural Foods Companies Fight GMO Labeling?

dear Friends and Family,

Here are MORE NAMES of unsuspecting supporters MONSNATO GMO Foods!

BE WISE!

Annie

Food Revolution Network

Hi ANNIE,

On Nov. 6, California voters will have the opportunity to vote on historic Proposition 37, which would mandate the labeling of genetically-engineered foods.
Label GMOsAs many as 90 percent of Americans want Genetically-Modified Organisms (GMOs) labeled. More than 40 other nations, including the entire European Union, already require disclosure. But Monsanto and its allies are dedicated to keeping consumers in the dark and are pouring tens of millions of dollars into a disinformation campaign intended to defeat Prop 37.
You might expect the biotech industry to try to block a measure that would require foods that contain GMOs to say so on their packages. After all, a growing body of scientific research is indicating that GMOs might be far more dangerous than was previously imagined. 
But Monsanto’s allies in the effort to defeat Prop 37 include some unexpected culprits. In fact, some of the most trusted names in the natural food world turn out to be in bed with Monsanto.
A new article from my dad, John Robbins, names names and tells whose sales are helping to fund to Monsanto’s agenda, and who is supporting the right to know. 
Check out the full article here.
The list of sell-outs who masquerade as bastions of organics is disappointingly long. For example, R. W. Knudsen and Santa Cruz Organics are owned by Smucker, which has donated $388,000 to killing Prop 37. Cascadian Farm, Larabar and Muir Glen are owned by General Mills, which has put more than half a million dollars into the effort.  And there are many more.
There are also millions of people, and some courageous companies, that are stepping up to fight for Prop 37 and the right to know.
The owner of a natural health website, Food Revolution speaker Dr. Joseph Mercola, has donated nearly a million dollars to the good fight.
Until we get labeling, the Non-GMO Shopping Guide and iPhone app put out by the Institute for Responsible Technology are a great support for consumers. But the most important thing you can do is to help pass Proposition 37.
The whole article is here.
Ocean RobbinsYours for knowledge and action,
Ocean Signature
Ocean Robbins


P.S. Spread the word!  If this email has been useful to you, please share it.
P.P.S. If you want to find out more about Proposition 37, or get involved in helping to pass it, check out carighttoknow.org.  A win on Prop 37 is the surest pathway to labeling across North America.

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