California’s GMO Prop 37: Poke at Naked Juice

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We try real hard on this site to focus on great recipes but sometimes you’ve just got to let out a little steam. My mom was looking over my shoulder earlier today at a little graphic I was making (which, by the way, makes this one look tame and may not be suitable for public consumption) and she was noticeably upset.

“Mom, really, it’s to appeal to a younger crowd…”

She focused on the image.

“Mom, what’s wrong?”

“That ^blankety blank^ was at Expo West with all of the natural food companies!” said my seed-saving mother.

“Yep, they made it big and got bought out by Pepsi. Pepsi is funding opposition to Prop 37.”

And so it goes that Naked Juice disappoints.


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