Co-op Purges GMOs From Its Signs

Co-op contractors pull the offending letters from the store's sign. Photo by Hayley Connors-Keith | Union

Co-op contractors pull the offending letters from the store's sign. Photo by Hayley Connors-Keith | Union

The placement of the removed letters in the sign workers' truck seems to indicate the store’s opinion of biotech. KLH | Union

The placement of the removed letters in the sign workers' truck seems to indicate the store’s opinion of biotech. KLH | Union

TUESDAY, APRIL 1 – The last holdout against our brave new world of genetically modified food and the wonders of all-GMO iPudd pudding, the Northcoast Co-op completed its banishment of the wonder substances last week.

As part of its store-wide purge of all letters contained in the terms “GMO” and “pudding,” workers were spotted removing the Os from the store’s sign.

The former Northcoast Co-op will now be known as “NRHCS C,” with the revised and genetically edified slogan, “Where anye can sh.”

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