Dump the GMO Doughboy. Buy this instead: http://www.alpinevalleybread.com/organic-dinner-rolls.php
Post on Pillsbury’s FB page to let them know why you’re not buying it: https://www.facebook.com/Pillsbury
Call Pillsbury: 800-775-4777 (between 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. CT, weekdays)
NOT ON OUR TABLE. General Mills doesn’t want you to know that Pillsbury dinner rolls are full of GMOs so they spent $1,515,000 to defeat GMO labeling in Oregon and Colorado. BOYCOTT GMOs. Happy GMO Free Thanksgiving!
Information from: https://www.facebook.com/GMOFreeUSA?fref=photo
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Help Create Awareness, Change Lives and make a Local, National and Global Impact.
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Make GMO Labeling the Law!
These celebs care and they are in support of labeling GMO Foods.
Grocery Costs – it’s a lie.
Raise your food IQ
More celebrities who support GMO food labeling:
Chef Curtis Stone
Kristin Bauer van Straten
Chef Alice Waters
Top Chef Judge Tom Colicchio
Right now an important case is being heard halfway around the world in Western Australia about organic farmer Steve Marsh, whose organic field was contaminated by his neighbor’s genetically engineered canola. As a result, Steve lost his organic certification and as much as 70% of his Steve’s farm has been contaminated with Monsanto’s patented genes.
With clever fine print in their seed contracts, Monsanto is not legally liable for their patented genes contaminating an organic farmer’s field due to their “no liability” agreement farmers are forced to sign when they plant Monsanto’s GMO seeds.
As a result, Steve’s family’s livelihood has been put at risk. He could literally lose everything.
Please stand with organic farmer Steve Marsh to protect the rights of organic farmers everywhere! Every voice counts!
A film about chemicals in our bodies… and how they got there.
A MUST SEE FILM!
This past summer the state of Vermont has reason to celebrate – Vermont’s Voice is being heard – Vermont’s 2014 accomplishments list something BIG – it includes Vermont Legislature passed the nation’s first “no strings attached” GMO labeling bill.
H.112– Protecting Your Right to Know GMOs – In a historic vote, the Vermont Legislature passed the nation’s first “no strings attached” GMO labeling bill. This VPIRG-backed legislation protects your right to know whether the food you’re considering purchasing contains genetically engineered ingredients (a.k.a. genetically modified organisms or GMOs), and was signed into law by Governor Shumlin on the State House steps on May 8th, 2014.
Congratulations Vermont residences for taking a stand against GMOs and making sure they are labeled in your state. Our health depends on it.
If you want to read about the other cool environmental things Vermont is doing you can find out at the link below:
What do Monsanto and Coke have in common? They’ve both spent millions of dollars to keep you in the dark about the foods you buy.
In the past 2 years, executives at Coca-Cola have stood with Monsanto against the American public by donating more than $3.2 million to defeat GMO labeling ballot initiatives Prop 37 in California and I-522 in Washington State.
Last year alone, Coke secretly funneled more than $1.5 million dollars through the a secret slush fund in order to kill the I-522 initiative in Washington that would have required GMO labeling.
It’s time for consumers to put their money where their mouth is and join the Coke Boycott.
While you may not drink Coke or any of their popular sugary soda drinks, the company owns many brands that you might buy, including Honest Tea, Honest Kids, Zico Coconut Water, Odwalla, Powerade, Peace Tea, Vitamin Water and Simply Orange.
Tell Coke to dump Monsanto and stop spending millions of dollars to kill GMO labeling campaigns in America! Tell Coke to Kiss Monsanto Goodbye!