Silk Soymilk May Not Be Organic
Written by Keith D. Bishop, Clinical Nutritionist, B.Sc. Pharmacy - 01/10/10
Whitewave foods, owned by Dean Foods, transitioned it’s Silk soymilk from Organic to non-organic in
They quietly removed the green “organic” logo from their familiar blue
They claim the soymilk comes from natural, non-GMO (non-Genetically Modified Origin) soybeans.
Silk has now brought out an Organic version that is in a green carton. Most local stores in Oklahoma City do not
carry the new green carton.
Reference Source: http://www.organicconsumers.org/articles/article_18228.cfm
Natural Care Solution:
• Ask your store to start carrying the Organic green
• Ask your store to carry an Organic brand or the Organic store brand (most can get this)
• Shop the store that will cater to your needs
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