Monsanto cafeterias serve organic food. (umm, wait… WHAT?)
NOTICE: Monsanto cafeteria’s offer both. Like many restaurants, etc.
TO BE FAIR this information is dated. Fragmented pieces of related truth are all over
the place, but the very fact that it was ever true leaves one wondering, demanding to discover why.
The reality however, “that we can verify” is at best controversial, disturbing and unnerving.
Yes, you read that correctly! In the not-so-hallowed halls of Monsanto, genetically modified food is not served. No twisting here, this is absolutely true! Whether it’s a corporate miscommunication, or an oversight, we found this to be laughable in a sick (the bad sick) kind of way.
Source: A letter from Sutcliffe Catering, which is responsible for the food service at other Monsanto offices in Britain, states: “In response to concern raised by our customers over the use of GMFs [genetically modified foods], and to comply with government legislation we have taken the decision to remove, as far as is practicable, GM soya and maize from all food products served in our restaurant.” The UK government has applied an EU law on labeling retail GM foods to caterers and restaurants.
Conclusion: Those who create these science projects and label them food do not consume their own creations. For example: A notice in a cafeteria in the UK said:
“as far as practicable, GM soya and maize (has been removed) from all food products served in our restaurant. We have taken the steps to ensure that you, the customer, can feel confident in the food we serve.”
If there is anyone out there that can refute or support this claim / question we need to hear from you! Your information must be prove-able and factual to comply with our transparency protocol.
More infallible, verified truth can be found here.
Our position: We investigate things thoroughly before authoring or sharing findings with readers. We have been aware of the possibility that Monsanto and many of their largest propagandist’s (the wealthy ones) serve both GMO and non-GMO food in their employee cafeterias – but the Templestream article really set us off. Read it yourself. It’s surreal.