Green Grocer's Criticism of Kashi Goes Viral
The grocery store's signs about not selling Kashi have "gone viral."
Green Grocer's decision to pull Kashi-brand cereal and other products has "gone viral," according to the online magazine, Examiner.com.
Examiner.com reports the Green Grocer owners' decision to pull Kashi and other brands off the shelves is now circulating around the Web.
"It's nice to see a grocery store with integrity!" Delicious Obsessions said in its post of the photo.
In February, Portsmouth Patch spoke with Green Grocer co-owner John Wood, who at the time pulled several food brands off his shelves, including Kashi, after reading a report from The Cornucopia Institute.
Among the brands removed from the store were Kashi, Barbara's Bakery and Bear Naked. All of the brands were removed for different reasons related to products being "genetically modified," Wood said.
Small, yellow signs, explaining the brand's removal, were placed around the grocery store. The signs can be seen in the photos above.