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FRONT PAGE  |  7/22/2014
SUNDAY, JAN 5, 2014  |  39 comments
Now, Non-GMO Cheerios

The change—which only affects original Cheerios, not other varieties like Honey Nut Cheerios—has been in the works since about a year ago, when General Mills began working to change manufacturing for Cheerios to eliminate ingredients containing genetically modified organisms, or GMOs.

Critics of GMO use in foods called attention to the Cheerios move Thursday, hailing it as a major victory. Advocacy groups have raised concerns about possible health problems from eating foods with GMOs, which are crops like corn grown from seeds genetically engineered for desirable traits like pest resistance. The groups have promoted consumer campaigns in some states to mandate labeling of GMOs in food, and targeted specific brands—including Cheerios—and to change their policies. ...


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News Item7/14/14 11:06 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
John of UK, those problems could just as well come from other influences in the environment, unfortunately. I believe the PBCs can cause those types of problems as well.

I heard that bananas we're bad for you no matter what the shape of them are.

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News Item7/14/14 3:14 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Jim Lincoln wrote:
John UK, apparently people like their GMOs
Sure they do, and when the mods include square tomatoes and straight bananas, they'll be filled with joy. That is, until they get sick, or develop a personality disorder, or find that they can't have children.
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News Item7/14/14 2:32 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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News Item6/4/14 3:06 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
penny wrote:
Neil, the two are the same industry...
please, the personal insults aren't helpful.
1st point: Special Pleading, whether diversified or specialist companies are involved, it's still irrelevant;
2nd point: What insults?

"For the kingdom of God is not food & drink; but righteousness, and peace, and joy in the Holy Ghost." — Rom. 14:17

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News Item6/4/14 11:52 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
It is of course a great shame, but GMO's will take over the entire food supply in due course, along with a huge increase in poor health. This in turn will contribute to an increase in crime and deaths, and an even greater disbelief in God. If we call folks ungodly today, it is nothing compared to what they will become when their lives are wrecked.

A thorn in paw maketh bear very disgruntled.

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News Item6/4/14 11:41 AM
penny  Find all comments by penny
Neil, the two are the same industry.

GM Vaccines?

"These companies, which use genetic engineering to produce vaccines, are also primarily responsible for the introduction of genetic engineering into the food supply."

please, the personal insults aren't helpful. I'll end the topic here if others aren't wanting to discuss. thanks.

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News Item6/4/14 9:40 AM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
penned wrote:
I thought you all might be interested in this:
You're mistaken in my case. This is about cereal grains, not vaccines or Hg, so please stop diverting threads toward your pet causes. I'm sure SermonAudio will indulge you soon enough.

I repeat, the Kingdom of Heaven is not food & drink.

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News Item6/3/14 6:38 PM
penned  Find all comments by penned
I thought you all might be interested in this:

NN tests flu vaccine, 25,000 x higher mercury

and how many mental health issues (says so so many people now on psychotropoic drugs) is effects of gm and mercury shot into blood and sitting in their mouth?

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News Item6/3/14 2:18 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Well, first, I'm going to mention something about GMO products again. I found this amusing article in Politico, Democrats Have a Problem With Science, Too. I will say, if this woman author implies Creationism in public schools is not good, I will somewhat agree with her, unless the milieu that the school is Christian, then I would be more flexible However, no matter what sort of culture that a school is in in the USA, and they don't allow the mention of Intelligent Design, then I'm hostile to that it is more science then Evolution, The Scientific Case Against Evolution .

As I pointed out in some thread somewhere, Nebraska was a Sam's Club Republican state, q.v., Sam’s Club Republicans Vs. the Tea Party. Nebraska now has landed gentry susceptible to the wiles of the ...the Koch Brothers..., the GOP puppeteers.

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News Item4/24/14 10:50 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
You mean keep New Yorker Tea Party types out. Yes, when they come in, there goes the state!
First, consider what you want to talk about. Then talk.

btw, Vermont senator Bernie Sanders who also claims to be an independent, is a self-declared socialist, and is proud of it. The tea party types don't have much say in the formerly independent-minded Vermont.

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News Item4/24/14 10:31 PM
penniless  Find all comments by penniless
Jim Lincoln wrote:
They're taking all the fun out of foods, Subway to remove chemical from bread.
story hit the internet media and within a few days announcement was made by company they would take it out (of course the european market didn't have it in, common story). amazing letting the plebs have a say as to what goes into their bodies!
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News Item4/24/14 6:04 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
You mean keep New Yorker Tea Party types out. Yes, when they come in, there goes the state!
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News Item4/24/14 8:35 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
The beautiful State of Vermont should get rid of not only Cheerios GMO's, but also the moral pollution brought by outsiders who moved in and are turning the State into a socialist pothole.
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News Item4/24/14 8:25 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
My, Penny, those Eastern Liberals have beat the conservative natural food types to the punch! Vermont to Enact GMO Food-Labeling Law. Ah, just like articles from liberal sites I post from, I'll warn you the articles to the sides, top, or bottom--are a mixed a bag.
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News Item2/7/14 12:51 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
They're taking all the fun out of foods, Subway to remove chemical from bread.
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News Item1/6/14 7:53 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Mike wrote:
We'll likely see "non-GMO" on a bunch of stuff that has no GMO content anyway. Whatever the latest interest becomes another meaningless ad, i.e. "New Low Price" (which I see at the grocery, and means the increase in price is the new low price)
Yes, it takes concentration to stay ahead of the marketing shell game. It's applied psychology. When I was young, Authority Figures decided that sugar was the dietary Big Bad, which is why Kellogg's since then took "Sugar" out of "Sugar-Frosted Flakes" & other brands. The sucrose, of course, is still there. I like 'em, though milk & the box are the only parts that are really nutritious, I suspect.

BTW, I see package size going down lately, e.g. 1½ pint ice cream instead of ½ gal. I attribute this to QE inflation; consumers apparently would rather not pay more for a larger size. Always compare unit price.

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News Item1/6/14 6:51 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Neil wrote:
As the article says, it's not oats that have changed — they've ALWAYS been non-GMO — but the sugars. Since health-food zealots already condemn sugar, I hardly see reason to rejoice here.
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We'll likely see "non-GMO" on a bunch of stuff that has no GMO content anyway. Whatever the latest interest becomes another meaningless ad, i.e. "New Low Price" (which I see at the grocery, and means the increase in price is the new low price) We also see "12=36" on bathroom tissue. Hilarious. "Whole Grain!" displayed on cereal that has always been whole grain is another. The list goes on.
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News Item1/6/14 5:27 PM
Homer  Find all comments by Homer
UUMMMM...NON-GMO Cheerios...
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News Item1/6/14 5:17 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
As the article says, it's not oats that have changed — they've ALWAYS been non-GMO — but the sugars. Since health-food zealots already condemn sugar, I hardly see reason to rejoice here.

Remember that breakfast cereals were originally a Victorian health-food scam invented by W.K. Kellogg, a Seventh-Day Adventist. Likewise, Sylvester Graham was a Presby crank who tried to cure "carnal lust" with bland food, like his namesake crackers. He taught that milk & red meat make one a sex addict; I bet he got this from the Humoural Theory (q.v.), certainly not the Bible.

Lord save us from these idolatrous fanatics who think the Kingdom of Heaven is food & drink, & flame you if you don't eat as they do.

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News Item1/6/14 5:08 PM
TeenChristian | Georgia  Find all comments by TeenChristian
That is cool Penny! Baking Soda is POWERFUL! But seriously look up the Gerson Therapy & tell me what you think! BTW if you promise to read it, I'll buy you a copy of the China study!
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