The title and content were published by Jonathan Benson, Natural News, March 14, 2012.
Observe in the third paragraph of the text,
“Whole Foods Market continue to sell these GMO-laden, pesticide-contaminated “natural” products to unsuspecting customers who believe such products are healthier than their conventional counterparts.”
This process has continue and remains the procedure, as I understand.
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(NaturalNews) The continued growth of the certified-organic products sector truly is revolutionizing the modern food system in many positive ways, and changing the way people view food and health. But along with this positive growth has come the not-so-positive growth of a highly-deceptive, unregulated “natural” products sector which churns out food and personal care products that are oftentimes loaded with toxic chemicals, genetically-modified organisms (GMOs), and many other distinctly conventional additives that health-conscious individuals are seeking to avoid.
Many NaturalNews readers will recall our story on the shocking breakfast cereal report released by the Cornucopia Institute last fall that exposed many popular “natural” breakfast cereals as containing GMOs, pesticide and herbicide residues, and other toxins (http://www.naturalnews.com/033838_breakfast_cereals_GMOs.html). Well, it turns out that the problem is not isolated to just breakfast cereals, as all sorts of “natural” products contain the same unwanted ingredients and additives as conventional products — and yet these “natural” varieties are being sold to consumers at a premium as if they were something special.
To add insult to injury, many popular natural and organic retailers like Whole Foods Market continue to sell these GMO-laden, pesticide-contaminated “natural” products to unsuspecting customers who believe such products are healthier than their conventional counterparts. The truth is, many of these “natural” products are exactly the same as conventional products, but have simply been dressed up in “green” packaging to fool customers.
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