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Re: [animalrights-177] Fwd: Whole Foods caught in GMO marketing deception, false advertising

From: sandra b.
Sent on: Monday, October 22, 2012 11:28 AM
Hi Arnold,  Thank you for pointing out the complete unreliability of animal experimentation and testing.  It's too bad that so many devoted, worthy health/environmental groups resort to siting these tests on non-human animals in an effort to make their already strong case stronger.  Other than the reference to rat tumors, the info/video is valuable and wonderful.  Thank you, Lori, for posting these important issues and for being such a positive force in our meet-up family.

YES on prop 37 on Nov 6

Happy day,
On Oct 13, 2012, at 3:02 PM, Arnold wrote:

Lori I appreciate your sending out information to us that is not readily available
to the average person through the mainstream media. It is always good to get additional
knowledge. That way, the more facts people have, the better a decision they can come to on
their own.

That being said, the following part, is irrelevant, because time and time again, animal
studies have been proven unreliable. I don't doubt GMO corn is bad for humans but
to me this is no proof. And further I think these tests in addition to being unreliable, are
inhumane and clearly unethical. I hope you appreciate I am pointing this out with the same
intention that you are sharing this information you sent to us. To simply inform...



On point #4, the store says it is "committed" to foods that are "safe to eat." Is the company not aware of the recent French research showing rats fed a lifetime of GM corn developed 
massive, horrifying cancer tumors?

Here's a picture of the rats, released by the French research team, showing the results of rats fed a lifetime of Monsanto's GM corn:

that's the same Monsanto GM corn found in many products sold by Whole Foods!

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