There is a lot of money being spent right now both for and against Prop 37, a November ballot item that would require labeling on many foods containing genetically modified ingredients. The organizations in support of labeling tend to be natural foods and products purveyors (various small farmers, Dr. Bronner’s, etc.), while the bigger guns against new labeling requirements are mostly biotech companies and huge food concerns like General Mills and Coca-Cola.
And of course, those food companies, own many, many smaller labels. Labels that you’d probably be shocked to find are, by dint of their bosses, anti-GMO labeling. Below, a list of those companies you maybe thought were hippie-friendly — after all, they’re on the shelves of your local grocery co-op.
See the surprising list here.