QWhat's this about Monsanto executives having their own private organic farms in their HQ and feeding their family organic foods? If their food is so safe why won't they eat it?

What's this about Monsanto executives having their own private organic farms in their HQ and feeding their family organic foods? If their food is so safe why won't they eat it?

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We do not have a private organic farm for our executives.  All of us purchase food for our families at grocery stores in the communities where we live and work, and our cafeterias serve all types of food – including foods with ingredients from GMO crops – every day.

I’d suggest you read our responses to similar questions on GMO Answers:  http://gmoanswers.com/ask/if-gmos-are-so-great-why-does-monsanto-serve-organic-produce-its-cafeteria and http://gmoanswers.com/ask/if-gmo-so-safe-then-why-are-monsanto-campuses-100-non-gmo-and-organic-other-words-why-dont-your

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