GMO Awareness Program (Part 1)

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Jack2
Jack2 Port Townsend, Washington

“Deb Shortess, Food Coop Port Townsend store inventory, pricing & systems (SIPS) Manager, explains the retail store’s GMO awareness program. The Olympic Peninsula natural foods consumer cooperative labeled their shelves with signage that shows what products are certified by the Non-GMO Project.

Food Coop PT

http://foodcoop.coop

The Food Coop’s program was modeled from the Ukiah Natural Foods Co-op

http://www.ukiahcoop.com

Aug/Sept 2012 Article
GMOS: A History…and why it’s hard to avoid them (Page 14)

http://foodcoop.coop/files/Page1-20_Coop_July_Aug_Sept_2012.pdf

QR Code Link From “Tips To Avoid GMOs” Sign
Non-GMO Shopping Guide (Mobile App)

http://www.nongmoshoppingguide.com/download.html

The “Non-GMO Project Verified” Seal
Helping you make informed shopping decisions

http://www.nongmoproject.org/learn-more/understanding-our-seal

Beverly Goldie Facilitator GMO Awareness Group of the North Olympic Peninsula gathers signatures for I-522 outside the Food Coop Port Townsend.
Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Tr74Fz8VXY
Part 2: http://youtu.be/SSqwCtVRcOw

Video Production

http://www.youtube.com/digitalreporter

Sponsored By
RAAW Foods

http://www.raawfoods.com

http://www.facebook.com/raawjuices

http://www.twitter.com/raawfoods”

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