When you shop for fruit and tomatoes, look at the stickers.
From Dear Ruth O’Donnell:
- What do the stickers on fruit tell you? (bargainhoot.com)
- Produce Stickers Are Actually Helpful (datewithyourplate.wordpress.com)
- How To I.D. Genetically Modified Food at the Supermarket (cheapogroovo.typepad.com)
- Pesky Produce Stickers (chipwellness.wordpress.com)
- Produce Code (snopes.com)
- New GMOs Poised to Destroy Farmer’s Market Favorites (underthelobsterscope.wordpress.com)
- How to read those little stickers on food (rawlivingfoods.typepad.com)
- Battle brewing over labeling of genetically modified food (mercurynews.com)
- Are There GMOs in Your Backyard Garden? (blogher.com)
Posted on June 4, 2012, in Advertising, Business, Corporations, Economics, Education, Family, food, Health Care, Internet, News, Opinion, Organic Gardening, podcast, Technology, Veganism, Warning, Word from Bill and tagged Conventionally grown, Genetic engineering, Genetically modified food, Genetically modified organism, GMO, Organic Food, Organically grown, Price look-up code. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.