Whole Health News Roundup: Non-GMO Certification

Vosburgh, Robert
May 2013
Supermarket News Expert Blog;5/13/2013, p8
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The article offers updates on the natural foods sector as of May 2013 including the prediction by market research firm Canadean that global consumption of bottled water will surpass that of carbonated softdrinks by 2016, the plan of Whole Foods Market to require genetically-modified organism (GMO) labeling by 2018, and volunteers' provision of loaned sweaters to hens arriving at the Cobble Hill Sanctuary in Canada without feathers or fluff.


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