Awesome! I saw this on FP again today & promptly cancelled my previous 4 S&S orders & re-ordered @ this cheaper price. So with my 35% off it came to like $9.64 per 12-pack which is the absolutely LOWEST PRICE I've seen in a long time!!! Cheaper even than the few warehouse deals I've picked up here & there for $12! Perfect time to stock up for the summer time Thanks again OP!!!
Asking for labeling of products with "GMO" gives consumers information that we find pertinent. Although I don't agree with a government mandate requiring EVERY gmo to be labeled, I would like the largest manufacturers of foods to move forward with such labeling. If these manufacturers refuse to make such an easy change, then perhaps we do indeed need the government to enforce such action.
As American consumers, we don't have to have a good reason for our choices. For instance, I could decide to not consume any products that lack nutrition labels, but then I wouldn't be getting my government mandated DBA (daily beer allowance). Or we could collectively support unhealthy manufacturing of food, like that crap from MacDons.
Futhermore, some chronic health problems require years of research just to prove there is indeed a negative health effect (smoking cigarettes). Furthermore, junk science can propagate, like studies claiming second-hand smoke kills - that's a load of bullsh!t. Science is not perfect, and neither are you.
Why don't you enlighten all of us on how genetically modified organisms compare to those produced via natural causes. Or perhaps earning a PHD has made it impossible for you to communicate with us o'-so-lowly bachelor's in science degree holders?
Totally agree with you! I'm all for GMO food labeling! I go out of my way looking for products labeled GMO-free & sadly not enough companies voluntarily provide that information. So basically if its not "certified" organic than I just have to assume that somewhere in the farm to processing plant production chain that GMO's of some kind or another (even just a smidgen of added HFCS for flavor enhancement) has made it into the mix & tainted the product & I will NOT buy it if I don't have to! It's just some products you can't get organic, like the Doritos & dip my loved one just has to have on the weekends or this coconut water here which is not organic! LOL
I really hate having to pay such a high premium to get a non-GMO food item that basically my grandparents, in their day, enjoyed naturally as a matter of course before all this technology slithered its way into our American food chain! URGH! It seems that without mandatory food labeling most healthy food companies use their NON-GMO & organic labeling as a way to differentiate themselves & of course charge a premium for their products. I think if GMO labeling became the standard this would go away or at least organics wouldn't cost quite so much. For surely cuz the market would soon decide what it wanted to consume & bring pressure to bear on the big food conglomerates to offer GMO-free alternatives.
Just look at all the negative hoopla surrounding the use of high fructose corn in the food industry & the changes those fear tactics generated. Now even Ocean Spray has stopped using HFCS in their juices! So many beverage companies have switched & now tout their use of pure cane sugar vs HFCS. All I'm asking for is the power of choice. Let me know what's in what I am buying & I'll decide whether or not I want what you're selling!
Right now I feel that without this mandatory labeling, I'm being tricked with the whole "what you don't know can't hurt you"... & they are sneaking in all sorts of GMO cr@p into foods I think are healthy & good for me but really are not! Like Kashi! URGH horrible stuff I used to think was healthy! Wrong! No they're very afraid that if they have to tell us definitively that their products contain GMO's we might be just too informed & more apt to search out alternatives! Would it be such a bad thing for them to retool their products & offer us those alternatives themselves! haa haa sorry too much caffeine & late night ranting
Pretty normal for almost any fruit juice bev made from more natural ingredients, to have a shelf life of 6 months to a year or less... Some sodas expire in less then 3 months from its production date
You were just proved wrong. When you post sassy opinions, try to be correct at least.
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Person writing this takes no responsibility for there grammar, As they have outsourced there typing to India.
WE ARE THE 89%!!
(that is, the 89% that live outside of CA and don't care if "CA tax kills the deal")
6 months is soon? Pretty normal for almost any fruit juice bev made from more natural ingredients, to have a shelf life of 6 months to a year... Pop expires in less then 3 months from its production date
Where did I say 6 months = soon? I said incorrect to the statement not correct.
Also, I ordered 2 cases shipped prime w/ freebies and subscribed for another 8 because of the exp date. I stocked up and saved a ton.
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