(NaturalNews) Public school educators in the Land of 10,000 Lakes have taken a bold first step towards improving the quality of cafeteria food served to children in five Minnesota school districts. Schools in Hopkins, Orono, Shakopee, Westonka, and Minneapolis have announced that they will gradually phase out GMOs (genetically-modified organisms) from their meal offerings as part of a long-term effort to teach students about proper nutrition and the dangers of biotechnology.
On November 5, schools in these five locales kicked off the initiative by celebrating “GMO Awareness Day,” providing educational materials to students and their parents that explain how GMOs have never been properly safety tested, and how they’ve been linked to causing allergies, infertility, and cancer, among other health conditions.
GMO Awareness Day at Minneapolis Public Schools sparks positive reactions
According to a recent press release, an array of non-GMO foods was served at the multi-site event, and educators…
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