A Whole Foods Market executive reiterated the chain’s position Tuesday that it will not stock any products after 2018 that are not labeled as either containing or not containing genetically-modified organisms.
Speaking at the 2014 Executive Forum sponsored by Portland State University, Bruce Silverman, VP, Northern Pacific Region, for the Austin, Texas-based company, said Whole Foods wants to let consumers have the choice of what to buy.
“We’re not for or against ...
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