If you recall last week, I ran a poll about General Mills “flip flop” (or, “we’re changing our position, but we never really had that position, so really we’re still the same, but now we have a label…maybe) on GMOs.
You’ll remember that General Mills recently modified the original Cheerios recipe (but not really) in order to slap a label on the box that said the cereal was GMO-free. Turned out sales were not improved and the cereal turned out to be less healthy than it had been previously. General Mills then put out their annual sustainability report, where they claimed GMOs are an important piece in agriculture and being environmentally-friendly.
The question I posed was simply: Is it enough?