Tell Kroger: I don’t want genetically engineered fish!

In March, Center for Food Safety worked with Friends of the Earth and other partners to launch the Campaign for Genetically Engineered-Free Seafood, and it’s already a huge success! Major grocery stores, such as Target, Aldi, Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Giant Eagle, and Meijer have committed not to sell genetically engineered (GE) salmon or other GE fish.

Now we are asking Kroger, the nation’s largest conventional grocery store chain*, to follow suit.

The Food and Drug Administration has stated that it won’t likely require grocery stores to label genetically engineered fish, leaving consumers with no way of avoiding them unless supermarkets like Kroger make clear to consumers their policies against selling genetically engineered seafood.

*Kroger owns supermarkets in 31 states, including Kroger, Fred Meyer, Ralph's, King Soopers, Food 4 Less, Baker's Supermarkets, City Market, Dillons Food Stores, Fry's Food & Drug, Gerbes Super Markets, Jay C, Owen's, Pay Less Super Markets, QFC, Scott's, Smith's, Foods Co. and Ruler Foods.


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