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From: Dr. Paul (72.234.41.136)
Subject:         Silk Foods
Date: August 26, 2012 at 7:33 pm PST

Whether Carragean is problematic or not is unknown. If one
relies on a single warnings or study such as Dr. Gregor often
suggests one would avoid. The issue becomes more complex when
companies masquerade under an Organic Label pander to industry
such as Dean Foods owner of Silk.

Silk is owned by Deans Foods that has apparently given
$250,000 to defeat Prop. 37 in California that would require
GMO foods to be labeled. That is a really good reason to not
purchase from Silk, or any other company (Organic or Not) who
would defeat GMO labeling initiatives.

http://www.organicconsumers.org/articles/article_26121.cfm

http://www.organicconsumers.org/articles/article_25591.cfm


"There are other natural foods heroes whose profits are being
used to try to keep us in the dark. Silk soy milk carries the
"Non-GMO Project Verified" seal on its package. But Silk is
owned by Dean Foods, which has donated more than a quarter
million dollars to Monsanto's efforts to defeat Prop 37."

It should be clear to any thinking person that forcing
industry to label is the only sane choice. It is the hope that
this would destroy the Biotech GMO industries. If that would
be the case yesterday would be a bit late...

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