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Prevent Disease | April 25, 2012
There is an established misconception among consumers that natural or even organic labeling means more nutritious and less toxic ingredients.
This is not always the case and breakfast cereals are no exception.
The Kashi brand is owned by Kellogg Company, one of the largest breakfast cereal makers in the world.
The ownership base of Kashi is still not widely recognized or common knowledge, especially since the Kashi website continues to paint a picture of being a small company. Investigations into Kashi cereals show deceiving claims after their breakfast products were found to be riddled with genetically modified (GM) and pesticide loaded ingredients.
The deception at Kashi runs deep, especially when it comes to its association with Kellogg which is kept very discreet from the public. “We are a small (after 25 years, still fewer than 70 of us) band of passionate people,” it says…
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