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Thanks. Here's the rest of the Article that is posted in that Video's description. ~
These stores are perpetrating a blatant case of false advertising, which Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of Law defines as, "the crime or tort of
publishing, broadcasting, or otherwise publicly distributing an advertisement that contains an untrue, misleading, or deceptive representation or
statement which was made knowingly or recklessly and with the intent to promote the sale of property, goods, or services to the public."
Whole Foods has had to admit recently that its shelves are packed with food that contain GMO ingredients, going against their pure image as an
Customers are drawn into the vast, attractive store aisles on the premise that they are buying pure, wholesome foods for their families, while the
store charges premium 'organic' prices for many products that fall short of expectations.
Numerous health advocates have exposed the deception behind industry marketing under the term "natural," concocted to sound like a synonym for
organic foods, grown without pesticides or artificial chemicals, but which actually contain ingredients derived from food-experiments created in the
labs of Monsanto, Dupont, Syngenta or other leading biotech firms. There are no regulatory standards for the "natural" food products aimed at health
conscious buyers, nor for the hundreds of other unregulated foods containing potentially-deadly GMOs.
If Whole Foods, a respected niche leader in the organic movement, can get away with this massive and lucrative deception, anyone can. Many of us at
Infowars are Whole Foods customers, and this is all the more reason why we are taking this issue personally.
We must fight to stop the spread of GMO food products, not give into the massive finance pressure in the biotech industry or false promises of
regulatory figureheads long ago bought out by Monsanto and their ilk.