Richard Ha writes:
This is interesting. General Mills let shareholders decide whether or not the company should remove GMOs from its products, and they said no.
From the Los Angeles Times:
General Mills shareholders reject proposal to dump GMOs
General Mills Inc. has made strong commitments this year to natural and organic foods. It took genetically modified ingredients out of its signature cereal brand Cheerios and then doubled down on its organic lineup by striking an $820-million deal for Annie’s, a stalwart of the organic and natural foods industry.
But when the industrial food behemoth’s shareholders were presented with a proposal to dump all genetically modified ingredients from the company's vast lineup of brands, they responded with a resounding “No.”