The San Diego-based cereal maker Kashi is a topic of discussion among consumers this week after a blogger on the Green It All website pointed out that some of its products contain genetically-modified ingredients.
That information isn’t news to people in the natural-foods industry, but it’s just now making the rounds of social media, inspiring 171 comments on Kashi’s Facebook page this week. Earlier this year, most of the company’s products were pulled off at least one grocery store’s shelves. And for the past two years, San Diego-based natural grocer Jimbo’s hasn’t accepted new Kashi products because of concerns about GMOs, or genetically modified organisms.
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