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FW: Thank you for saying no to Genetically Engineered Food!

I thought I'd circulate this epistle for folks who may be at a loss for


> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Honigman, Adam 
> Sent:	Friday, February 18, 2000 11:09 AM
> To:	'consumer.affairs@fritolay.com'
> Subject:	Thank you for saying no to Genetically Engineered Food!
> Fritolay:
> I grew up with Frito's Corn chips in my lunchbox but ever since I've been
> aware of  genetically engineered ("GE") foods in our country's food chain,
> I've gone organic when possible.Although I'm not a crunchy granola type of
> guy in earth shoes, I do have a problem with eating foods whose names
> remind me of compounds I studied in polymer chemistry classes in
> University! 
> I'm absolutely delighted that you're swearing off GE stuff, both the high
> growth and the self insecticide types. Please label your products as "GE
> free" so consumers know they have a choice in what they feed the kids.
> Also, check out the economics and see if your snack food lines could go
> organic. As both a consumer and an investor, I know that FritoLay would be
> a mighty tasty proposition then.
> Best wishes,  
> Adam Honigman
> Bowne Publishing Division
> 345 Hudson Street
> New York, NY 10014
> Tel: (212) 414-8933
> Fax: (212) 229-3421
> email: adam.honigman@bowne.com

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