posted on Nov, 24 2012 @ 08:25 PM
So, we all know that Prop 37 has fizzled and that many of us are still reeling by the vote numbers. How a supposedly well informed population can
allow Monsanto to continue poisoning them is simply beyond words. Makes no sense whatsoever.
Must have been some very powerful Kool-Aid being
And then I started to think that the decision is the key to what could very well be a windfall of sorts for the smaller food companies/growers etc.
It's been said on a few other threads that they should start labeling their products as being GMO Free to fight back. But we need to see another side
here. This is an opportunity for the little guy in disguise.
As you can see in the picture, this is all we need to see as a consumer so that we can make our choice to buy or not. What's the extra cost to the
supplier? I don't know but it's a few extra words on the package...that's it. The cost probably couldn't even be counted as it would be so
minimal. I doubt anyone would even try to add it up.
So now we have a grocery store with "No GMO" labelled products on the shelves and the products without the stamp? "This is a GMO Product" might as
well be stamped all over it...
When I was shopping for our restaurant today, I noticed this product sitting next to others and immediately bought this one. Same price but that
little print on the front was what made my decision to buy this particular one.
If all the little guys that were producing Non GMO products put the stamp on their packaging, I'm going to bet that they would see their sales climb.
Because it doesn't matter what went down in California and why the vote went so wrong, there are so many of us that want to know, want the choice of
what we put in our bodies.
This is another way to fight the Monsanto Monster...in reverse.
So, If The Japanese Are Doing It, Why Aren't We?