The 2011 Truefood Guide Kids Edition
It's your shopping list for GM-free food and beverages
The 2011 Truefood Guide Kids Edition features food and drink products marketed at kids. For the first time this year, chip-makers Snackbrands Australia (think CC's, Samboy, Cheezels and Thins) and Aussie pantry favourite SPC (Goulburn Valley, IXL, and Ardmona) have committed to stop using GM ingredients. That's all thanks to consumer pressure.
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This year, we've released a Kids Edition of the Truefood Guide. Hundreds of worried parents have contacted us over the years to find out which brands to feed their baby or put into school lunchboxes if they want to steer clear of GM, so we decided it was time to release a special guide listing food marketed at kids.
The new guide makes it easy to avoid GM foods. Check out how your favourite family snacks rate by scrolling through the guide here on the right.
Buy Green. Many of the foods listed aren't just for little people, so don't feel left out if you're over 18. Vegemite-maker, KRAFT for example, fail to source non-GM ingredients. That makes us all unhappy little vegemites. The way to make KRAFT change is to stop buying their product until they commit to sourcing from non-GM suppliers.
Orange. Committed to removing GM from future supply-chain orders
Avoid Red. Fails to protect against GM contamination
TAKE ACTION!Tell Coles and Woolworths to go non-GM on chicken feed.
Download the guide [PDF; 1.1MB]