Sustainable Burien holding seminar on GMO Foods Monday, Oct. 21


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Sustainable Burien will be holding a seminar on GMO Foods on Monday, Oct. 21 at Elliott Bay Brewhouse & Pub.

Here’s an announcement:

SUSTAINABLE BURIEN
GMO Foods: What are we eating?
October 21, 2013, 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Elliott Bay Brewhouse & Pub, 255 SW 152nd St .

GMO stands for “genetically modified organisms,” and foods that contain ingredients with GMOs are considered GMO foods.

Genetically modified food has quietly become second nature in the U.S. , and it may surprise you just how many foods you are eating that you never knew contained a genetically modified ingredient.

Experts say 60% to 70% of processed foods on U.S. grocery shelves have genetically modified ingredients. If this shocks you, a new USDA-funded survey shows you’re not alone. Attend this presentation to learn more and to ask questions about genetically modified foods.

Trudy Bialic, Director of Public Affairs/Editor for PCC Natural Markets, will be our featured speaker. Trudy has spoken extensively on GMO Foods and PCC is known for their diligence in selecting non-GMO foods to selling in their stores.

This presentation is being sponsored by Sustainable Burien.

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