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Good!!!! Cause they are lying to the public

You can't say a product is Natural when it is not and secondly most people don't know what a GMO is cause we CAN'T LABEL THEM GMO products. It's all about informing people. Ice cream has to put the nutrition facts on their container cause it informs us "how bad it is" but we all know it's bad for us. Labeling gets the public to start investigating what a GMO is and that's something the junk food companies / bread companies don't want. Look up on youtube a film called David vs Monsanto.

Posted by Jesse
15 November 2012 | 23h09

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