Request Your Wallet Sized Boycott Guide for Company Giants Opposing GMO Labelling
GMO Labelling Opposers
We cannot say it often enough. If companies like General Mills, Kelloggs, Pepsi, Coca-Cola and other giant multinational junk-food meddlers had not dumped more than $20 million into the NO on 37 campaign, Prop 37, the California Right to Know GMO labelling initiative, would have passed.
If we want to pass GMO labelling laws in Washington, Vermont and other states, we've got to keep these Big Companies – and their Big Money – out of the fight.
Our best shot at doing that is to send them a clear message: We won’t buy your organic and natural brands unless you keep your hands off, and your money out, of our GMO labelling campaigns.
Request Your Wallet Sized Boycott Guide
The OCA is calling on all consumers to boycott these 10 organic and natural traitor brands:
- PepsiCo (Donated $2.5M): Naked Juice, Tostito's Organic, Tropicana Organic
- Kraft (Donated $2M): Boca Burgers and Back to Nature
- Safeway (Member of Grocery Manufacturers Association, which donated $2M)
- Coca-Cola (Donated $1.7M): Honest Tea, Odwalla
- General Mills (Donated $1.2M): Muir Glen, Cascadian Farm, Larabar
- Con-Agra (Donated $1.2M): Orville Redenbacher's Organic, Hunt's Organic, Lightlife, Alexia
- Kellogg's (Donated $791k): Kashi, Bear Naked, Morningstar Farms, Gardenburger
- Smuckers (Donated $555k): R.W. Knudsen, Santa Cruz Organic
- Unilever (Donated $467k): Ben & Jerry's
- Dean Foods (Donated $254k): Horizon, Silk, White Wave
Why do 40 other countries ban GM food outright or have laws regulating GM food when the United States won’t even label it? It is up to the citizens to get this changed.
Without the labeling, the only way for you to be safe is to eat organic food you grow or you get from reputable farmers/groceries.
Additionally, this way you make sure you are not funding the further expansion of Monsanto, Bayer or Syngeta. (All part of the GMO food chain.)