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It is clear that government, food corporations, and industrial agriculture are not interested in informing the public about genetically modified food. Even the ability to perform independent scientific research is stifled by these entities.
In the face of this we must rely on grassroots market power and the free transfer of knowledge that still exists. Thousands of smaller grocers exist across the country providing certified non-GMO alternatives and educating customers about GMOs. They work with manufacturers and local producers to transition to non-GMO ingredients.
As a huge ballot initiative heats up in Washington state to label GMO food products, corporate powers are shoveling money into propaganda campaigns and the pockets of influential people. But it may not be enough this time. Awareness is expanding exponentially about the threats GMOs pose to our food system, public health, and the environment.
The Organic Consumers Association built a grassroots database, based on input from consumers and extensive interviews, of grocers committed to selling non-GMO products. Support these grocers if you live in the area. They are leaders on the front line.
Top 12 Right-to-Know Grocers
Other grocers leading the way in providing non-GMO alternatives and informing customers can be found here in this regional list.
GMO Right-to-Know Grocers
By Justin Gardener, RealFarmacy.com