E-mail Sent To Keith Schopp At Purina Concerning "Purina Beyond" Marketing Of "Non-GMo" Verification. DON'T BE FOOLED! #PETFOOLED #NETFLIX
Can We Grow Up Here?
It's just a tad confusing why Purina would market one product as "Non-GMO" when this isn't a company wide ethical stance regarding GMOs.
Let's take a guess...their excuse is probably going to be something like "we offer this product for consumer who may want a non GMO product".
It's starting to get easy to predict these "media" type responses.
So if GMO verification is important, why isn't ALL Purina products GMO free? There's A LOT of corn and wheat used in their products and it isn't all GMO free. Why would a consumer choose to feed a GMO free product from a company who isn't fully ethically against GMO products? Instead, they utilize GMO ingredients in the majority of their foods.
This E-Mail Was Sent To Purina
Will Keith At Purina Respond?
You can hear a phone conversation in "Pet Fooled" on Netflix where a Purina representative says "Keith has the information."
The above information was sent to the same Keith. He never responses to the original inquiry about explaining Purina's so called "transparency" in the first film. It was confirmed that he "had" the information and just chose not to respond to the inquiries. That brings their "transparency" into major question. Companies like this aren't known to talk in depth about topics like this. They can market them, sure. Talk about them...that's a whole other can of worms.
The question has been asked. They're more than welcome to prove the skeptics wrong. That's highly unlikely though.