Very interesting that the US states there is currently NO GMO wheat in the US. This in itself should raise eyebrows because if it's true, why not? For
Monsanto to be so loved and supported by the current administration but to not allow the GMO wheat to be grown in the US...well anywhere actually.
But then again we have this report from last week about the Oregon farmer finding GMO wheat on his land:
With the devastating prevalence of digestive issues and food allergies such as gluten intolerance and Celiac Disease among others proliferating
all across America, the implication that illegal GMO wheat is not only turning up randomly in farmers’ fields years after Monsanto supposedly
stopped testing it, but that unapproved GMO wheat is actually known to be present in American processed food products and openly announced in other
countries is downright disgusting and disturbing.
GMO wheat is NOT supposed to be anywhere in our food so how is this happening that the label itself admits to the product being made with GMO wheat?
Makes absolutely no sense that this label does not say MAY contain but rather DOES contain GM Wheat.
foodbabe.com... Update: In this video filmed on 5/31/2013, Flo who is a Food Babe
reader, visited Tesco Extra in Ponders End, Enfield, North London to demonstrate there are boxes of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese that are imported into
the United Kingdom from the United States that require these special warning labels to alert consumers of potentially harmful ingredients that Kraft
is using in their products. This video further verifies that Kraft’s flagship product “Macaroni & Cheese” sold in the UK requires a warning
label stating the product may cause an adverse effect in activity and attention in children and is made with GMO wheat. (Note: GMO wheat is illegal in
edit on 2-6-2013 by jude11 because: (no reason given)
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