The Truth About GMO’s — Exclusive Interview with OCA Associate Media Director Zack Kaldveer

GMO’s are everywhere!  And Moms don’t want them there.

Although the United States labels genetically modified foods we produced here that are exported to 64 countries where labeling is mandatory, we do not impose labeling within the US.  That’s right, US citizens are consuming thousands of products that contain Genetically Modified or Genetically Engineered ingredients without even realizing it!  The bulk of corn and soy crops in the US are genetically engineered, and that means the majority of these foods that we find in our supermarkets are as well — in their RAW form, and in thousands of processed foods.

Do you know what is inside your favorite brand of chips, cereal, energy bar, soft drink?  Chances are about half a dozen GM and GM derived ingredients… soy, corn, canola oil, high fructose corn syrup, maltodextrin, to name a few.

I recently had the privilege of speaking with Zack Kaldveer, associate media director for the Organic Consumer Association (OCA) to discuss GM foods, the problems they lead to and what we can do to keep them out of our homes.

You can hear a replay of our conversation below.  During this conversation we discuss:

  • What are #GMO‘s?
  • Where are they hiding?
  • How are they impacting our health?
  • What can we do to keep them OFF our plates?
  • And so much more!


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Corporate Giants are spending billions to keep us in the dark about this and we say ENOUGH!

Prop I-522 would require that foods that have been genetically engineered or modified as well as all foods that containg GE or GM ingredients be clearly labeled as such.  Giants who profit tremendously from keeping us in the dark have spent more than $17 million to preventI-522 from passing.

Check the list below to see if your favorite brands is one of them.



Moms have the right to know what is in the food we are feeding our families.  It’s up to us to make our voices heard.

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