Now liquor companies are getting into the deceitful GMO game
When liquor companies start promoting the health benefits of cocktails, you know it's time for the feds to get serious about enforcing laws against misleading advertising.
Unfortunately, the FDA has been falling down on the job in recent years much to the detriment of health-conscious consumers who depend on accuracy in labeling to make informed decisions.
Exhibit A: A nonprofit group known as the Non-GMO Project, which feigns to operate in the public interest while peddling deceptive marketing practices attached to narrow special interests. The most obvious example of this effort exists in the form of an orange butterfly perched on a blade of grass forming a green check mark next to the words “NON-GMO Project.” This is what appears on many products sold in grocery stores.
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