Remove GE/GMO ingredients or their "natural" label
  • Petitioned "Natural" Kashi cereal founders and current CEOs, Philip and Gayle Tauber

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"Natural" Kashi cereal founders and current CEOs, Philip and Gayle Tauber

Remove GE/GMO ingredients or their "natural" label

    1. Linda Foster
    2. Petition by

      Linda Foster

      York, PA

Exactly what is natural about an ingredient that has been genetically modified to resist lethal doses of Monsanto’s Roundup® (weed-killer)? The Cornucopia Institute reports that “natural” product Kashi® GoLean® is 100% contaminated with genetically engineered (GE)/GMO ingredients:
Google Kashi & genetically engineered to read recent news for yourself.
Why should you be worried about GE foods and deceptive labeling? Only one study to date has been conducted to GE foods and humans, and that study was cut short because of an unexpected finding: GE proteins do not digest in humans as expected; recent animal studies show cause for alarm about eating any GMO foods. Please educate yourself and your loved ones, and read the Cornucopia report in the link above.
Tired of the big guys deceiving and misleading us while they rake in huge profits? Sign the petition and ask your friends to sign it. Let us send Philip and Gayle Tauber, and Kellogg’s a message!
Want to learn more? Read the Cornucopia report and go here for solid facts about Kashi cereal and GE foods:

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 25 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Justin Time HORIZON, NY
      • about 2 years ago

      Seriously? They consider GMO to be NATURAL? OMG, the FDA and Congress should mandate labeling on all GMO products. Period.

    • denise devlin ASHEVILLE, NC
      • about 2 years ago

      I thought this was a good product but they had false advertising.I stopped buying because of GMO. If they have stopped using GMO products my family might buy the products again. I am trying to be more

      carefull these days and more aware.

    • Isabel Smith FORT COLLINS, CO
      • about 2 years ago

      Kashi is misleading.

    • chrissy hollinshead BLAENAU, UNITED KINGDOM
      • over 2 years ago

      I am appalled that so many products are being given misleading labels.


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