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Saturday, December 8, 2012

Nostalgic Cheerios commercial receives wild, anti GMO backlash

Nostalgic Cheerios commercial receives wild, anti GMO backlash


Published December 8, 2012   Grant J. Kidney — When Cheerios posted a nostalgic, holiday themed television commercial to its YouTube channel, little did General Mills, the mega corporation that produces the popular cereal brand, expect in terms of the level of protest the video would receive.


When the 31 second YouTube clip entitled, ‘Cheerios: Grandma’s Visit’ was posted to the official Cheerios Facebook page, hundreds of anti GMO protesters commented, expressing a deep concern over the poisoning of most commercial, mainstream food products like Cheerios.

The pic posted is a snapshot of just a few of the comments the post received.


The pic posted is a snapshot of just a few of the comments the post received.

The clip, as it appears on YouTube, also received similar comments from passionate consumers worried about genetically modified foods

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ca6b3C2tKzY






General Mills, along with hundreds of other big named food companies, inject their products with extremely hazardous substances that have been shown to increase one’s risk for cancer.


In some parts of the world, GMOs are banned from public consumption.

Earlier this year, a French study conducted on lab rats showed how giant tumors and early death are inevitable for all who consume GMO foods. The study was later dismissed however by Monsanto, who is, naturally, the largest producer of genetically modified foods in the world.

Of course not everyone is concerned with the consumption of deadly toxins and poisons. On a Yahoo! News article, one person expressed how despite the evidence, they will continue to feed GMO foods to their family.

http://grantjkidney.com/nostalgic-cheerios-commercial-receives-wild-anti-gmo-backlash/




Tough day? Have some displaced anger to vent? Well let it out here on Cheerios FB page and let them know what you think about them and GMOs... 
https://www.facebook.com/Cheerios?ref=ts&fref=ts

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