Marcelo Islas
Marcelo Islas

And please, make it world wide, it's nonsense if producers evade their social responsibility by exporting unlabeled products to other countries.

Karl Keener
Karl Keener

As always Whole Foods treats their employees and customers as if they were mushrooms.

Beth Jensen Moell
Beth Jensen Moell

Lets get this done now.. There is no time to waste..

Edna Pacheco Acosta
Edna Pacheco Acosta

Compás vivimos en una burbuja de t

Tom Hughes
Tom Hughes

The sooner than 2018 the better, this should have already been a work in progress for a store such as Whole Foods. I feel that Whole Foods has become big business and is in bed with the companies that are using GMO's.

Olivier Noterman Renchon

MONSANTO AND CIE CRIMINALS AGAINST HUMANITY

Eugenia Arce Alandia
Eugenia Arce Alandia
  • Olivier Noterman Renchon

I'm agree

Darryj Dorval
Darryj Dorval
  • Olivier Noterman Renchon

They are a bunch of eugenics scum of the earth trying to destroy our life

Natalie Tkach
Natalie Tkach

F U
Monsanto!!!!!!
You are disgusting ridiculous AND insulting.
I'm tired of being a nice, polite pacifist!!!!

You're fucking with my food and my family's nutrition.
GO TO HELL.
LABEL

LABEL

Lillian Espinosa Mc Carron
Lillian Espinosa Mc Carron
  • Natalie Tkach

I'm right with you girl!!

Rachel Cornish
Rachel Cornish
  • Natalie Tkach

You are just another corporation stomping on our rights and not caring about anything or anyone except your profits. You SUCK!!!!

Ricky C Moore
Ricky C Moore

i, personally, think this is an excuse for us not to act now on our own.
Go to Your local grocery store, whole foods or not, and turn over any item on the shelf. What You will find quite often is a list of what the product DOES NOT contain. You'll find, No MSGs; No Sugar; No Artificial etc; No Preservatives; and GMO Free.
The pattern here indicates that manufacrurers are aware of the public's concerns, and whenever possible they brag about NOT having the things they know we don't want in...

i, personally, think this is an excuse for us not to act now on our own.
Go to Your local grocery store, whole foods or not, and turn over any item on the shelf. What You will find quite often is a list of what the product DOES NOT contain. You'll find, No MSGs; No Sugar; No Artificial etc; No Preservatives; and GMO Free.
The pattern here indicates that manufacrurers are aware of the public's concerns, and whenever possible they brag about NOT having the things they know we don't want in our food. If an item does not contain GMOs, You can bet that the company will brag about that fact.

We need to do the work ourselves, and stop waiting for someone to save us. If You take the time to read what is already on the labels, through a process of elimination You can figure out which items have GMOs. Then, only buy what is labeled GMO FREE. It's not difficult, people. The information is already in front of us.
IF IT DOES NOT SAY 'GMO FREE', ASSUME THAT IT CONTAINS GMOS.

Valerie Tonner
Valerie Tonner
  • Ricky C Moore

Well said.

Lynn Bird
Lynn Bird
  • Ricky C Moore

Well said. Thanks. I'll remember that.

Carol Adams
Carol Adams
  • Ricky C Moore

You make a good point, but with limitations. Your strategy may work for packaged foods, but it will not work for fresh foods, which do not come with labels.

Bill Gorman
Bill Gorman

When asked by LivingMaxwell.com why they decided to voluntarily label their GMOs, Whole Food Market executives said, "We really heard from our customers on their thoughts about this, what they wanted us to do, what they expected us to do, and, in fact, their disappointment that we hadn't gotten there already. We give a lot of credit to our customers for helping us see that the time is now."

I read this over and over looking for a specific action statement that reflects accountability. None....

When asked by LivingMaxwell.com why they decided to voluntarily label their GMOs, Whole Food Market executives said, "We really heard from our customers on their thoughts about this, what they wanted us to do, what they expected us to do, and, in fact, their disappointment that we hadn't gotten there already. We give a lot of credit to our customers for helping us see that the time is now."

I read this over and over looking for a specific action statement that reflects accountability. None. This could be Obama speaking - nice words, reference to specific actions totally absent. Why 2018? Maybe by then it won't matter for some distant reason. The ploy: get your politically correct intention out - "Hey, we're on your side", then business as usual. You'll have deflected the majority of criticism. - Depressingly effective without on the spot demands of specificity: What steps and when?

Terry Mckinney
Terry Mckinney

It seems pretty clear that Monsanto's ultimate goal is to own the patent on every food crop known to man.Animals as well.Then it will be essential to purchase every grocery item from Monsanto in one way or another.It does sound a bit paranoid,doesn't it?Do even a minimal amount of research and you will see that there's plenty of smoke and the odd fire already.

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