Do You Know What You Eat? Greenpeace's Ads Against Genetically Modified Organisms


Greenpeace commissioned Moscow-based BBDO Russia created a series of ads to raise awareness about genetically-modified organisms. The text in the ad, cropped out of the above image, says, "The DNA of genetically modified plants may contain the genes of insects, animals or even viruses. These products may potentially cause harm to your health. Look for the 'GMO-free' sign on the package."

Hit the jump to see modified green onions and peas. ::fubiz via ::NotCot.org
Update: It appears that, while Greenpeace's name is featured in the campaign, they did not commission them from BBDO Russia.

See also: ::The Argument Against GMOs, ::Arguments Against GMOs (and Industrial Agriculture), ::Monsanto pays $1M for GMO bribe and ::Genetically Modified Rice to Fight Global Warming in China

Tags: Advertising | A Picture Is Worth | Food Safety | Genetic Engineering | GMO

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