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Promoted 08-16-2016 by qwikwit at 01:31 PM View Original Post
Amazon has several General Mills Food Items on sale today as listed below. Shipping is free with prime or on orders of $49 or more. Thanks Discombobulated.

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I love GMOs! I can't get enough! What I don't love is junk science, and the self-righteous people who are duped by it.
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Out of curiosity, what's your concern with GMO foods? Based on the research I've seen, there's no difference in nutrition, and they often use less pesticide than non-GMO alternatives. I completely agree with you about avoiding processed, sugary snacks, but apart from these packaged food products, I'm interested in other people's reasoning for avoiding GMOs.

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Crunchy - Oats and Dark Chocolate
6 pack of 6 2-bar pouches (=72 * 0.745oz bars)
https://www.amazon.com/Nature-Val...B009XG6IKI

Sweet and Salty Dark Chocolate Peanut and Almond
6 pack of 6 bars (=36 * 1.24oz bars)
https://www.amazon.com/Nature-Val...B009XG82AW
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Great Deal! Especially with S&S.
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Thank you so much!
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Whoever changed the title and merged this post did a disservice.

Not all the deals are as good as bittul's deal is. I only noticed the deal because of the "Nature Valley" in the title. I would have never clicked on a General Mills thread for that.
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This family will pass on these GMO foods, processed sugar sticks and support the companies who actually care about what they feed the consumers.

IMHO The box is likely healthier than the product and will provide roughage.

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Quote from Deali_Lama View Post :
This family will pass on these GMO foods, processed sugar sticks and support the companies who actually care about what they feed the consumers.

IMHO The box is likely healthier than the product and will provide roughage.

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Its all a matter of Calories in vs Calories out, have fun eating organic cardboard.
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Quote from Deali_Lama View Post :
This family will pass on these GMO foods, processed sugar sticks and support the companies who actually care about what they feed the consumers.

IMHO The box is likely healthier than the product and will provide roughage.

https://www.isitbadforyou.com/que...ad-for-you
I love GMOs! I can't get enough! What I don't love is junk science, and the self-righteous people who are duped by it.
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Quote from Deali_Lama View Post :
This family will pass on these GMO foods, processed sugar sticks and support the companies who actually care about what they feed the consumers.

IMHO The box is likely healthier than the product and will provide roughage.

https://www.isitbadforyou.com/que...ad-for-you
Out of curiosity, what's your concern with GMO foods? Based on the research I've seen, there's no difference in nutrition, and they often use less pesticide than non-GMO alternatives. I completely agree with you about avoiding processed, sugary snacks, but apart from these packaged food products, I'm interested in other people's reasoning for avoiding GMOs.
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I love GMOs! I can't get enough! What I don't love is junk science, and the self-righteous people who are duped by it.

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Very well said !
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Gotta pass on Larabars...after trying several different flavors, we have found them universally some of the poorest tasting bars out there...at any price. But thanks for posting...
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Out of curiosity, what's your concern with GMO foods? Based on the research I've seen, there's no difference in nutrition, and they often use less pesticide than non-GMO alternatives. I completely agree with you about avoiding processed, sugary snacks, but apart from these packaged food products, I'm interested in other people's reasoning for avoiding GMOs.
nobody likes bacterial dna in their plants. maybe you do? there is no "substantial equivalence" despite what rumors you believe. frankensteining bacteria with plants is not an exact science.. nor is it healthy at this point to let the untested product enter our food supply unchecked. keep living under a rug though.. i bet its cozy there
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For some reason I'm not seeing the S&S option
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