Which is the least likely company in the world to go GM-free in its own cafeteria?

I think you can see the rest of this story coming …

Monsanto, one of the world’s leading producers of GM foods, would, I think, be pretty near the top of most people’s list of “firms least likely to switch to GM-free food”.

And yes, you can guess the next bit … more details here.

UPDATE: As you can see from the link, this story was published this year. It appears though that this wasn’t the first year in which it was published 🙁

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  • Today’s hat tip: hold on to it when it’s windy.

    (Yup, happy to give hat tips, though in this case I commented on both your blog and here instead).

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