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What the Starbucks? Cows living in concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) are fed a grain diet comprised almost entirely of GMO corn, soy, alfalfa, and cottonseed. Tell Starbucks to serve organic milk: 1. Tell Starbucks you want organic milk here:http://gmoinside.org/starbucks 2. Post on the Starbucks Facebook pagewww.facebook.com/starbucks 3. Call Starbucks at 1-800-782-7282 4. Let us know what customer service says in response to your demand. #GMODairy #WTStarbucks #StopMonsanto
Monsanto is the largest supplier of GMO grains used in conventional dairy production. A factory-farmed cow’s diet consists of GMO corn, cottonseed, alfalfa and soy. By supporting conventional dairy operations, Starbucks is lending power to a destructive GMO-dependent food system. Raise your voices here: www.facebook.com/... Then take action: gmoinside.org/... #GMODairy #WTStarbucks #StopMonsanto #GMOMilk
Non GMO Food Companies With Printable List Of Brands May 17, 2013 at 1:15 pm Need a list of non GMO companies? We’ve put together one and include tips on where you can go to buy non GMO products. In many cases these non GMO companies sell products in your local box store. Some of these products are naturally gluten free, and some are not.
“Farmers are fed up growing GMOs,” says David W. Nelson, president of Pedogenesis, Inc. Nelson adds that non-GMO corn hybrids produce better yields than GMO and farmers can earn premium prices with non-GMO. Learn more here: organicconnectmag... #GMOs #nonGMO #corn #farmers #food
Raise your voice! You have a chance to change the future of the food supply by telling Starbucks you don’t want GMO-fed dairy milk for your lattes. Take action: 1. Sign our petition: gmoinside.org/... 2. Post on their Facebook page:www.facebook.com/starbucks #GMODairy #StopMonsanto
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