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Consumers Angry Over Discovery That Kashi Products Contain GMO Ingredients, Pesticides

April 24, 2012: 08:19 PM EST
Health-conscious consumers have not missed the news that cereal brand Kashi, which is marketed as all-natural and healthy, actually contains genetically modified soy. And some samples tested positive for carcinogenic pesticides. Some natural foods stores have removed Kashi products from their shelves, and Kashi’s Facebook page has been bombarded with criticism and comments from angry and disappointed consumers. Kashi said it is working with the North America’s Non-GMO Project to get more of its products – currently there are seven – certified as non-GMO.
Mary Ann Georgantopoulos, "Thanks for nothing, Kashi: Cereal company caught in GMO controversy; backlash ensues", Metro, April 24, 2012, © Free Daily News Group Inc.
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