Top 5 Brands That Use 100% GMOs in Their Products – Stay Away From Them!
NOVEMBER 25, 2015
Have you ever wondered which companies should you avoid? Which producers offer low-quality products or violate the production standards? In this article we have listed the top 6 “grand players” in the food industry you should most certainly avoid.We have largely discussed over the harmful effects of GMOs. GMO products have reached almost every place on Earth, so you have to know every information related to the dangers brought by these artificial foods. Scientists have conducted many studies, and unfortunately people know nothing about this. These studies have confirmed that GMO’s are fatal — they cause diseases, ranging from allergies to cancer, even infertility.
Here is the list of top 6 companies that use 100% GMOs in their products — stay away from them!1. Nestle They add GMO in baby food. Do you need to know more? After public’s pressure in South Africa, the company was forced to remove GMO from baby food, but it still sells these products in the American version of the company. Read Also: Federal Government Finally Admits Cannabis Can Help Kill Cancer Cells 2. Hershey’s Would you still eat chocolate after finding out that the company has donated 800,000 dollars to defeat California’s prop 37 and Washington I-522 to label GMO products? Hershey’s donated another 500,000 dollars to defeat this year’s anti-GMO initiative in Oregon and Colorado! The company offers just one organic brand: Dagoba. 3. Pepsi The revealing of a secret GMO ingredient in their product really frustrated consumers. Just remember when the company had to pay 9 million dollars after losing a lawsuit for false advertising. They claimed that their “Naked juice” is a 100% natural, but it was actually loaded with GMOs. 4. General Mills “We do not use genetically modified ingredients in our flakes. Our main ingredients are always whole grain oats — never GMO oats. We use a small amount of cornstarch in the cooking process, and only a gram of sugar per serving. Our cornstarch is obtained from non-GMO corn, and we use pure cane sugar,” said the representatives from General Mills. Read Also: This is How to Know If You’re Eating GMO Potatoes But, the reality is quite different. Only two percent of the shareholding company are affected by complete GMO prohibition. GM’s CEO stated that he sees no problem in developing products from biotech crops. 5. Kellogg’s Recently, the company had to pay 5 million dollars for a lost lawsuit. They claimed that their Kashi products are “all-natural” and that they do not contain any artificial additives. Laboratory research has shown that Kellogg’s muesli and some other products contain 100% GMO corn. Source: www.healthyfoodhouse.com
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