Businesses for Initiative 522 with Ben & Jerry’s Jerry Greenfield

Business leaders gather in support of labeling genetically engineered food


What: Businesses for Initiative 522
Business leaders gather to share why they are support Yes on 522 and labeling genetically engineered food.

Date & Time: Wednesday, September 11th at 12pm

Where: Theo Chocolate, 3400 Phinney Ave N, Seattle 98103

Jerry Greenfield, co-founder, Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream
Joe Whinney, founder & CEO, Theo Chocolate
Errol Schweizer, Executive Global Grocery Coordinator, Whole Foods Market
Peter Knutson, co-founder & co-owner, Loki Fish
Andrew Stout, founder & chief farmer, Full Circle Farms
Trudy Bialic, public affairs director, PCC Natural Markets
About Yes on 522: Yes on 522 provides Washington shoppers with more information about what’s in the food they buy so that they can make the best decisions for their families. More than 350,000 signatures were collected to get I-522 on the November 2013 ballot–second highest number of signatures gathered for an Initiative to the Legislature in state history.