GREENPEACE PROTESTS AGAINST THE USE OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED
INGREDIENTS IN BABY-FOODS.
Rows upon rows of dolls holding miniature sized placards were placed in
front of Swiss pharmaceuticals group Novartis in Basle August 21, 2001 by
activists of Greenpeace. Greenpeace were protesting against the continued
use of genetically engineered ingredients in baby-foods produced by Gerber,
a subsidiary company of Novartis. Gerber had announced in 1999 that it would
stop using genetically engineered maize, soya or other ingredients in its