The Whole Foods deception: Grocery chain uses fraudulent marketing to sell health conscious consumers contaminated food

Sunday, August 14, 2016
By Paul Martin

by: J. D. Heyes
NaturalNews.com
Sunday, August 14, 2016

Millions of Americans seeking organic foods free of toxins regularly shop at Whole Foods grocery stores believing that they are buying the cleanest food available from a national chain. But in reality, says Natural News editor and founder Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, and author of the new book, Food Forensics, the fact is that Whole Foods’ use of fraudulent marketing helps the chain sell contaminated foods at inflated prices.

“Many people have the completely wrong impression of what Whole Foods sells,” says Adams, in a just-released video interview. “They think Whole Foods sells products that are entirely non-GMO, products that are clean, that don’t have heavy metals, that don’t have pesticides, that don’t have glyphosate or herbicides. … That is completely false.”

In fact, Adams says, the chain does indeed sell foods marketed as clean and GMO-free, but which contain heavy metal contaminants, GMO ingredients, pesticides and other toxins.

Adams notes that the company has created a false impression where many of their customers don’t realize that they sell foods containing harmful chemicals, GMOs and the like, adding that much of the Whole Foods marketing is “fraudulent … greenwashing.”

Selling foods ‘that are no different’ than what you buy in other grocery chains

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