BALTIMORE -- During the seminar "GMOs: Retailers Speak Out," at Natural Products Expo East here last month, members of the environmental organization Greenpeace displayed the pamphlet shown at right, which scolds Kellogg's for putting genetically modified organisms in its cereals. At Kellogg's headquarters in Battle Creek, Mich., spokeswoman Christine Ervine told SN, "This campaign has been going on for a number of months. The majority of food companies in the U.S. use co-mingled grain, so, ...

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