Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Frankencandy and Tainted Candy for Halloween?

OCA Alert: OCA Launches Kellogg’s Boycott
Genetically Engineered Sugar to Hit Supermarket Shelves this YearThe Organic Consumers Association's (OCA) and allies are calling for a boycott of all Kellogg's products after Kellogg's refuses to source only GE-Free Sugar. Monsanto's RoundUp Ready Genetically Engineered Sugar is due to hit stores this year, exposing millions of consumers to untested and unlabeled "frankenfoods” that threaten human heath, the environment and farmers' rights everywhere.Take Action! Join the Boycott! http://organicconsumers.org/kelloggs.cfm

Hershey's TRICK for Your TREAT: Genetically Modified Sugar
Natural Solutions Foundation [mailto:dr.laibow@gmail.com]Tue 10/14/2008 10:09 PM
Candy giant Hershey's Brazilian subsidiary announced that it will not use sugar from Genetically Modified (GM) beets. The US division of Hershey's, however, said on December 4, 2007 that it would use GM sugar from Monsanto's Genetically Modified Roundup Ready sugar beets. According to New West News, Kellogs, Hershey's and Crystal Sugar had all reversed their seven year opposition to GM Sugar because "public resistance to GM foods seems to have faded."
Frankencandy is NOT what you want to pass out on Hallowe'en this year, is it? It certainly is not what I have in mind for the tykes who innocently come to my door asking for a ritual treat. Click here (http://www.newwest.net/topic/article/gm_beet_goes_on/C520/L40/) to read the interesting and ominous article in New West News on the impact of GMOs on the West just one year ago and then click here (http://salsa.democracyinaction.org/o/568/campaign.jsp?campaign_KEY=26087) to email Hershey's and tell them that until they stop using GMO ingredients, you and everyone you know will not buy their products.New West News: http://www.newwest.net/topic/article/gm_beet_goes_on/C520/L40/
HIS eAlert, October 10, 2008 http://www.hsibaltimore.com/email_why.html

Halloween candy for sale in the U.S. may be tainted with melamine
About a month ago, samples of Cadbury chocolate produced in China were found to contain melamine - an industrial chemical that can be used to mask protein deficiency. Now there is evidence that milk powder, produced in China, may have been used to produce Halloween candy that's currently on store shelves all across the country. Below I've provided some links to YouTube clips with more information. If you've already purchased any candy thought to be tainted, please throw it out immediately. And PLEASE share this urgent message with your family and friends to help ensure a safe Halloween for our children. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3dbBQPIFf0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BoTs-8MNwc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMaPuAmvexU http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Yah5I7AutU

Articles: Genetic Engineering - Frankenfoods And More http://www.litalee.com/shopexd.asp?id=177

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