By Rady Ananda
Less than a year after Frito-Lay announced plans to make half their products without “any artificial or synthetic ingredients,” the $13 billion company was sued last week in federal court for fraudulently marketing the snacks that contain genetically modified ingredients.
Somehow, “artificial” and “synthetic” doesn’t include “genetically modified” in Frito’s mind.
Posted in Food Legislation, CorpoGov, Genetically Engineered Food, Courts - Justice System, Health Foods, FDA, Biotechnology
Tagged monsanto, Rbgh, Rbst, pepsi, fritos, frito-lay, julie gengo, milberg llp, pepsico
On Nov. 29, 2011, we got a take-down notice. Be sure to read the full article by Miriam Reimer at TheStreet.com. Meanwhile, much thanks to Peter Combe at Stylembe who offered Food Freedom these original pieces that went nicely with the article:
Posted in CorpoGov, FDA
Tagged arbys, cellulose, dole food, eating wood, FDA, food adulterants, food filler, general mills, kellogg, kentucky fried chicken, kfc, kraft foods, mcdonalds, nestle, pepsi, pizza hut, sara lee, sonic icecream, taco bell, weight watchers, wendys