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GE foods: Good News!

Good News on the Anti-GE foods front

From the Progressive Review's website -

          GUARDIAN (LONDON): Europe's biggest bank has
the world's largest investors to sell their shares in
leading companies
involved in the development of genetically modified
organisms because
consumers do not want to buy their products. In a
report sent to several thousand
of the world's large institutional investors,
including British pension
funds, Deutsche Bank says that "growing negative
sentiment" is creating
problems for the leading companies, including Monsanto
and Novartis.

Laura Berman
FoodShare Toronto
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