How Nestle Gerber Poison Babies With Genetically Modified Ingredients

Natasha Longo
Prevent Disease

Parents who feed their newborn and young babies any of Nestle Gerber’s product lines are risking their infant’s health by exposure to an abundance of toxic genetically modified (GM) ingredients that the company claims are “safe.”

I personally contacted Nestle about their GM ingredients and the representative told me that the GM ingredients were safe and that the FDA in the U.S. and Health Canada had both approved the ingredients in infant formulas for cereal based infant foods. The GM ingredients include:

soy, corn, potatoes, canola oil, soy lecithin, plant proteins, maltodetrin, corn sugars(dextrose, fructose, dextri-maltose, etc.), and corn syrup

The representative stated that I could “switch to the gerber organic product lines if GM ingredients are a concern.” She also stated that the organic lines were “slightly more expensive and geared toward a different demographic” which I found to be a very odd statement to make to a consumer (which is what I represented myself as). Since that conversation I regret not asking “what demographic would that be?”

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