Krafted: Genetically Krafted Foods
“Krafted: Genetically Krafted Foods” is a national campaign calling on Kraft to end its use of genetically modified foods. According to the campaign, Kraft is aware of the potential health and environmental risks of GMO foods. After StarLink corn—a variety not approved for human consumption—was discovered in Kraft’s products by GE Food Alert in 2000, the company recalled millions of taco shells and switched to non-GMO corn in its taco products. Despite strong statements and efforts to avoid GE corn in some products, Kraft continues to use questionable GMO ingredients in many of its other foods. Consumers and students are urged to raise the issue with Kraft executives and to avoid purchasing foods made by Kraft or Kraft’s subsidiaries until changes are implemented.
Campaign URL: www.krafty.com