When people see “natural,” “all natural” or even “100% natural” on food labels, they tend to believe something that can ultimately be the exact opposite. The label implies a process involving as little “process” as possible, when in fact, the FDA allows food produced with growth hormones, antibiotics and synthetic pesticides to lurk on grocery store shelves bearing the adjective.
Recently the Grocery Manufacturer’s Association — one of the biggest food lobbies in America — wrote a letter to the FDA asking the agency to officially define “natural” on food packages, warning the FDA of its upcoming petition to allow genetically modified foods to bear that label.
Share this video below. People need to understand that “natural” on a food label in America ultimately means less than the wrapper it was printed on.