I’m so excited to be featuring this giveaway in support of Prop 37! Labeling GMOs (genetically modified organisms) is such an important issue for both our health and the environment, and now you have a chance to support that movement AND win some awesome gifts from Rudi’s Organic and Gluten Free Bakery!
About Prop 37
Prop 37 is proposes that consumers have a right to know if the food they are eating has been genetically engineered. Starting with California, this legislation has the potential to change the face of food in this country by requiring companies to clearly label products containing GMOs. If it is passed, it will empower consumers to make informed decisions about the food they are eating. Over 90% of Americans if there are GMOs in their food so that they can make informed choices.
Rudi’s Organic Bakery Giveaway – $20
Rudi’s Organic Bakery is a company that has been dedicated to keeping GMOs out of its products since it was founded over 35 years ago. Rudi’s breads are free of artificial ingredients, preservatives, high fructose corn syrup, and trans-fat, in addition to GMOs. They also have a gluten-free line of baked goods that are held to the same high standards. And Rudi’s strives to make their gluten-free products as “normal” ands soft as possible.
To help raise funds for Yes on Prop 37, Rudi’s Organic Bakery has generously donated the following items valued at $20:
- Free product coupon for the organic line
- Free product coupon for the gluten-free line
- A reusable bag
- A Rudi’s gluten-free T-shirt
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How To Enter
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PLEASE NOTE: This sweepstakes is open to US residents only; residents of Florida, New York or Rhode Island are not eligible.
I want to know what goes into my food especially if its chemicals thanks
I support Prop 37 because I believe it is our inherant right as human beings to know what is in the food we choose for nourishment. In the words of Dave Matthews, “If there’s nothing wrong with GMO’s, why not put it on the label??!”