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keep GMO out

seems some EU folks are smarter than others.
Consumers do NOT want GMO foods at all.
the Fact that the GM companies lobbied using their own stooges in US govt to enable NONlabelling, tells it all.
IF its labelled thereby giving consumers the option to avoid them..guess what? WE WILL REFUSE GMO!
we dont want or need their patented useless pricey over rated underperforming contaminated seeds in our paddocks! or on our menu.

Posted by Laurel
12 March 2012 | 14h28

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