On Kashi’s website, the company’s history focuses on its expansion of breakfast foods and snacks over the years, with a heavy emphasis on organic ingredients. The fact that Kellogg purchased Kashi in 2000 is skipped over. Likewise, there is no mention of the recent controversy in Rhode Island, in which a local grocer stopped selling Kashi cereals because he found out they included genetically engineered, non-organic ingredients. Kashi’s history page does offer newly announced plans for the future, though, including decreased usage of GMO (genetically-modified organism) and that down the line, all new products will be at least 70% organic.
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