The Natural Effect: The Truth About Food Industry Misinformation

February 5, 2014

(NATURAL NEWS) What does Natural really mean? Merriam-Webster claims that it means “not having any extra substances or chemicals added” or “containing anything artificial,” or explicitly “existing in nature and not made or caused by people.”

It may surprise you though that not everyone agrees with this definition. In fact, to food manufacturers, Natural doesn’t mean anything at all, and the FDA seems to agree.

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As Only Organic’s new video “The Natural Effect” lightheartedly explains, the food industry routinely and deceptively labels highly processed, toxic and genetically modified junk foods as “Natural.” This “legal” form of false advertising has fooled millions of people and will likely fool millions more if efforts are not made to inform consumers about this fraudulent practice. The only way to be sure that the food you consume does not contain genetically modified organisms, toxic pesticides, antibiotics and growth hormones is to look for the USDA Organic Seal. Please take a few minutes to watch the video and share it with family and friends to help combat industry misinformation and spread health.