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Say NO to GMOs! YES to Chocolatto®!

DOLCE VITE CHOCOLATTO® BEST ORIGINAL THICK DARK ITALIAN HOT CHOCOLATE! REDISCOVER THE TRUE HOT CHOCOLATE! CHOCOLATTO® BLOG!   GMOs in Chocolate   Possible application of gene technology Labelling Lecithin from GM-soya yes Citric acid produced with the help of GM-microorganisms no Fats from GM-plants (for glazing) yes   Description of product Chocolate is a product made from cocoa. It consists of various amounts of cocoa solids, cocoa butter, sugar, milk powder, lecithin and vanillin. A new EU guideline for cocoa and chocolate came into effect on 3 August 2000. According to this guideline, chocolate may contain, besides the cocoa butter, up to 5% of a cocoa butter equivalent. These are plant fats that can be mixed well with the cocoa...

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Big Food Is Quietly Spending Millions To Prevent GMO Labeling In The U.S., Drink No GMO Chocolatto®

DOLCE VITE CHOCOLATTO® BEST ORIGINAL THICK DARK ITALIAN HOT CHOCOLATE! REDISCOVER THE TRUE HOT CHOCOLATE! CHOCOLATTO® BLOG!   Big Food Is Quietly Spending Millions To Prevent GMO Labeling In The U.S. PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, and Nestlé are among food companies spending heavily in Washington state to block new requirements for labeling foods made with genetically modified organisms. by Rachel Sanders Sapna Maheshwari BuzzFeed Staff   Ted S. Warren/Associated Press The world’s biggest food and chemical companies are closely watching Washington state for a potentially industry-changing vote on Nov. 5, when residents will either approve or reject a law that would require manufacturers to “clearly and conspicuously” display labels on foods made with genetically modified ingredients starting in 2015. If the measure, Initiative...

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