Walmart To Sell Unlabeled GMO Corn From Monsanto

At prices this low, how could you expect the food not to be laced with insecticide? Russia Today reports:

America’s largest bio-agriculture company and the biggest retailer in the country are joining forces. Walmart will soon be stocking their shelves with GMO corn made by Monsanto.

The retail giant says they won’t advertise which of their products are made with genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, which could become a big problem very soon. Zack Kaldveer explains in an editorial published by the California Progress Report this month that Walmart will soon sell a special factory-made corn manufactured by Monsanto, which while it will allow most of Americans more easy access to affordable food, will also fill them with unknown insecticides: the very GMO crop Walmart will be selling has been genetically engineered to include chemicals right inside the corn.

Voters in California will decide later this year if retailers on the West Coast will be legally bound to correctly label all foodstuffs sold in shopping centers that are made from genetically modified foods. Monsanto, one of the biggest biotech companies in the world, isn’t that okay with efforts to pass the bill, though. They have so far donated hundreds of millions of dollars towards a campaign established to stop the bill, No on 37.

18 Comments on "Walmart To Sell Unlabeled GMO Corn From Monsanto"

  1. rus Archer | Aug 22, 2012 at 1:51 pm |

    file under darwin awards

  2. Surrealias | Aug 22, 2012 at 4:30 pm |

    I figured walmart had always sold this type of stuff.

  3. 6Blackie6 | Aug 22, 2012 at 4:47 pm |

    You get what you pay for! And in this case, it’s untold damage to your body. But hey at least they’re only hurting the poor!

  4. namvetted68 | Aug 22, 2012 at 5:47 pm |

    Haven’t the people forced by this economy to shop at walmart for food suffered enough?

     

  5. Yet another good reason to not shop at Walmart.

  6. MikeMerics | Aug 23, 2012 at 10:51 am |

    You can’t destroy the walmart. Its bargains are too powerful.

  7. It’s really kind of a moot point, since it is GMO corn that is in high-fructose corn syrup. And the typical Walmart shopper is not the kind of person who goes out of their way to avoid the stuff.

  8. Walmart solves the riddle of where the Morlock originated.

  9. TedHeistman | Aug 23, 2012 at 2:12 pm |

    Well, where else are they gonna sell it? If you shop at Walmart you get what you deserve Karma is a biatch!

    • Hey MORON!!!  Look up the definition of KARMA!   You can probably find a book in Walmart on your daily trip!

  10. Teanna Marcia | Aug 23, 2012 at 8:21 pm |

     All food should be labeled and the public told of any thing like insecticide or any other thing that has been put into any food. I thought labels of ingredients and any other additive was suppose to be on the label. we should know of any thing that is or has been injected or otherwise put on or in our food

  11. http://www.purezing.com/living/toxins/living_toxins_foodcornproducts.html
     
    Ummm, the entire grocery section is genetically modified already… where have you been?
     

  12. Will it name a farm? Will it have a brand?

  13. 6Blackie6 | Sep 28, 2012 at 2:00 pm |

    I happened to be inside a Wal-Mart the other day and had a look at the “corn”, It was pale yellowish with browny spots and there were flies all buzzing around it! Not joking at all. Not sure if it was Monsanto’s corn or not, (how would one know?) but I like to think that it was.

  14. 6Blackie6 | Sep 28, 2012 at 2:00 pm |

    I happened to be inside a Wal-Mart the other day and had a look at the “corn”, It was pale yellowish with browny spots and there were flies all buzzing around it! Not joking at all. Not sure if it was Monsanto’s corn or not, (how would one know?) but I like to think that it was.

  15. Della Thorne | Apr 24, 2013 at 3:14 am |

    If walmart is selling it how about Sam’s Club?
    Oh, and btw…Walmart (along w/amazon) is supporting the stealth tax this … this POS in the WH and Congress want to put on the internet

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