This is Why You Should Avoid Kellogg’s Products Like The Plague

kelloggsReal Pharmacy – by Christina Sarich

There is a good reason that Kellogg’s spent over $1,012,552 on media propaganda in California & Washington to defeat voter ballot initiatives that would have required the labeling of GMO foods, and now are contributing again to the defeat of labeling initiatives in Oregon (contributing $250,000).

A consumer recently sent a box of Froot Loops to a lab for genetic testing and found that the corn and soy used in the cereal are 100% RoundUp Ready GMO. So is the sugar. Never mind the other toxic ingredients in the cereal. This means that in one box of Kellogg’s cereal (and likely all their cereals contain similar GMO products), you are dining on a double dose of glyphosate and Bt toxins – glyphosate being patented as an ‘antibiotic’ by Monsanto in 2011.  

Kellogg’s has been making cereal since 1898, but I seriously doubt its founders ever thought it would be poisoning the world at breakfast every morning.

Not only is the corn in Froot Loops sprayed with RoundUp, but it is a pesticide in its own right, registered with and regulated by the EPA. But it isn’t just Froot Loops that is of concern, for all of you who avoid sugar-laden cereals. The ‘healthful’ Kellogg’s brands are full of the stuff, too.

Kellogg’s claims that, even though they don’t use genetically engineered ingredients in Europe, in the U.S., “consumer concerns about the usage of biotech ingredients in food production are low.”

Kashi, Bare Naked, Morningstar Farms, and Gardenburger  – all brands you probably have been relying on as healthful foods to feed your family – are also contaminated.

Kellogg’s has promised to change the labeling on their Kashi brands – but they also promised that their products had hardly any GMOs in them in the first place!

Kellogg’s is feeding children pesticides & antibiotics, without their parents’ knowledge or consent. Are you going to tolerate that?

You can bet that the ‘vigorous testing of their products is a lie, too. They told us that all these brands were verified as non-GMO.

-GOLEAN Crunch!®

-GOLEAN Crunch!® Honey Almond Flax

-GOLEAN Crisp!® Cinnamon Crumble

-GOLEAN Crisp!® Toasted Berry Crumble

-Autumn Wheat®

-Cinnamon Harvest®

-Island Vanilla®

-Strawberry Fields®

-Raisin Vineyard®

-Simply Maize®

-Indigo Morning

-Berry Fruitful

-7 Whole Grain Flakes

-7 Whole Grain Puffs

-7 Whole Grain Pilaf


The truth? Kashi lied. Cornucopia Institute tested Kashi’s GoLean cereal and found it to contain 100% genetically engineered soy. The company’s response? Just get used to GMO contamination!


In response to the question, “Do you use GMO ingredients?”Kashi said, “factors such as pollen drift from nearby crops and current practices in agricultural storage, handling, and shipping, has led to an environment in North America where GMOs are not sufficiently segregated. As a result, some of our foods include ingredients made from genetically engineered crops.”

You can boycott them, petition them, or call them at 1 (800) 962-1413, but I suggest you make it very clear that you won’t be eating their poison products any longer. Enough is enough!

Source: Natural Society

3 thoughts on “This is Why You Should Avoid Kellogg’s Products Like The Plague

  1. “A consumer recently sent a box of Froot Loops to a lab for genetic testing and found that the corn and soy used in the cereal are 100% RoundUp Ready GMO. So is the sugar.”

    CR@P!!! I love those things. It’s the only Kellogg’s cereal I eat since kicking Frosted Flakes to the curb.

    Not anymore.

  2. Read the labels on everything. I don’t use worcestershire sauce all that often, but recently a recipe called for it and I bought a new bottle of the “original” one that comes in a paper-wrapped bottle. Happened to read the label once I got home and found it full of GMO ingredients which obviously were not part of the “original” recipe.

    Looked online, and from the website they list “sugar” yet on the bottle it is high fructose corn syrup. I did a bit more digging and learned that the price of sugar in the U.S. and Canada is way higher than most other parts of the world, including Europe. In other words, a reminder that other countries like the U.K. may well still have sugar in their formulations, but the U.S. and Canada are more likely to have high fructose corn syrup.

    I’m going to be making my own worcestershire sauce from now on. I’ve tried to inform friends and family about the differences between beet sugar and cane sugar, but mostly they don’t seem to care and think I’m making a big deal out of nothing..

    And, as if we needed further proof that this is a racket, out of curiosity I emailed the manufacturer to tell them I could no longer buy their product containing GMO soy, wheat and high fructose corn syrup. Their form letter response ignored my concerns about GMO and informed me “helpfully” that it is a myth that high fructose corn syrup contributes to obesity (not true) although I never mentioned obesity as a concern in my comment to them.

    We are just better off making everything ourselves from scratch, although that takes a terrible amount of time. So frustrating.

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