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The Grocery Store Blacklist: 12 Food Companies to Avoid (and 95 Sneaky Aliases)

by Daisy Luther, Activist Post:

A genetically modified rose by any other name may smell sweet, but it could still have frankenthorns that might independently detach themselves and lop off your finger while you’re smelling it.  That’s not unlike a trip to the grocery store these days. There are a lot of ugly surprises in pretty, charmingly-named packages.

It seems like no matter how hard you try to avoid them, GMOs and toxic foods creep into your life.

Take for example, the earthily-packaged “natural” foods that are showcased in your grocery store aisles. They cost twice as much, have obscure brand names, and tout their health benefits and natural sources.  You can almost smell the freshly tilled soil when you pick up the box.

Unfortunately, this is nothing more than corporate sleight-of-hand.

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3 comments to The Grocery Store Blacklist: 12 Food Companies to Avoid (and 95 Sneaky Aliases)

  • Eric

    Great list! But I like brawndo. It’s got electrolytes! Aquafina literally tastes like water from the toilet. Maybe it has what plants crave.

  • Eric

    Just watched a great video by Barbara Oneill on the acid/alkaline ph levels of food. Americans have been conditioned to eat such garbage and we eat so much of it. You dont need “three square meals a day.” No wonder cancer rates and obesity, illness is so high here. More fuel for big pharma to treat the symptoms instead of the cause. The body can heal itself if you stop loading it with crap.

  • prestodo

    I call bunk on Activist Post for this article since one of their sponsors is Adya Clarity, which is more poisonous to humans than any single or all items on the list they just gave out. What a bunch of hypocrites!!!

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