Kellogg’s Cereal Says No GMO’s in Europe but ok for Americans

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Kellogg’s says they don’t use Genetically Engineered ingredients in Europe only in USA… umm ok so let me get this straight, you don’t poison consumers who live outside of the US who buy your products but you are ok with poisoning Americans who buy your products? Yep, I see the logic there…

http://www.organicconsumers.org/kelloggs.cfm via @OrganicConsumer

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