Chipotle starts putting Scarlett letter on GE foods on its website menu

The following is an edited excerpt.

Chipotle Mexican Grill recently became the first fast-food chain to label the ingredients it uses that contain GMOs; the list is deep in its website, not in stores. And 12 of the 24 ingredients listed on the site are affixed with a red “G” — indicating the presence of GMOs.

The GMO-containing ingredients include all tortillas and rice, plus all of the varieties of meat, save pork carnitas. That means that the only surefire way to avoid GMOs at Chipotle would be to get a salad with lettuce, beans and, if you’re a diehard carnivore, pork. But what’s a visit to Chipotle without a burrito?

Read the full story here: Chipotle Starts Labeling GMO Ingredients On Website Menu


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