August 6, 2016
I’ve just released a damning new mini-documentary called The WHOLE TRUTH about Whole Foods. Click here to watch it now.
This mini-documentary reveals how Whole Foods has become a supporter of Monsanto, deliberately deceiving health-conscious food consumers into falsely believing that Whole Foods Market stores sell no products containing GMOs, heavy metals or toxic pesticides and herbicides.
In truth, Whole Foods Market stores are loaded with unlabeled GMOs, heavy metals, toxic pesticides and even glyphosate herbicide.
Marketing fraud and deliberate deception
The Whole Foods corporation deliberately deceives its consumers by making false, fraudulent claims that its stores sell “Nothing artificial, ever” when, in reality, Whole Foods Market stores are filled with artificially engineered food crops (GMOs) which, to this day, remain unlabeled.
As this mini-documentary reveals, Whole Foods CEO Walter Robb has mastered the language of healthy eating and sustainability in order to deceive Whole Foods consumers into thinking his company is acting in their best interests. Yet behind the scenes, Whole Foods was a major force behind the pushing of the Monsanto-inspired anti GMO labeling law that President Obama just signed.
Now, thanks to the efforts of Whole Foods and Monsanto, all GMO labeling laws across America have just been obliterated, replaced by a federal non-labeling scheme that will financially benefit both Monsanto and Whole Foods. See SELL OUT: Whole Foods partners with Monsanto to endorse fake GMO-labeling bill that’s actually an ANTI-labeling bill with zero penalties for non-compliance.
What Whole Foods and Monsanto have in common is that they both benefit from the deception of selling unlabeled GMOs to unwitting consumers.
Click here to watch the entire mini-documentary now (and share this with everyone you know).
Learn how Whole Foods promotes chemical violence against women and children in this eye-opening story: BETRAYED! Whole Foods and the Organic Trade Association just plowed right through American food consumers like the terrorist truck rampage in France (op ed).