“We are pleased to sponsor the Fishy Corn Car nationwide tour,” said Margaret Garcia, VP of Sales and Marketing.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) December 06, 2012
RW Garcia, the first corn snack food manufacturer to receive Non-GMO verification, will be sponsoring the Fishycorn Car journey from California to Washington DC to promote education around genetically modified foods and the importance of GMO labeling in the United States.
The Fishy Corn Car National GMO Education Tour is designed to establish relationships with community leaders nationwide seeking to engage in GMO activism in 2013. In addition, the tour will be promoting the GMO Inside campaign, encouraging consumers to get involved and support the cause. The tour will run from December 8-18th, traveling a southern route coast to coast from San Francisco to Washington DC.
“We are pleased to sponsor the Fishy Corn Car nationwide tour,” said Margaret Garcia, VP of Sales and Marketing. “This tour will raise awareness with consumers and retailers alike on the importance of GMO labeling. RW Garcia has followed stringent Non-GMO policies in preparing our tortilla chips and gluten-free crackers since 2007.”
Every RW Garcia product is Non-GMO Project Verified. All products are made from all natural, wholesome ingredients and present a unique and clever twist to traditional tortilla chips and crackers. Items include RW Garcia Dippers, MixtBag® tortilla chips, Holiday tortilla chips, and 5-Seed gluten free crackers.
About RW Garcia
RW Garcia is a recognized industry leader in the manufacture of organic, all natural and non-GMO corn-based snack foods since 1982. With corporate offices in San Jose, CA and manufacturing facilities in California and North Carolina, the family-owned company delivers great-tasting and imaginative flavor combinations in branded and private label offerings from coast to coast and worldwide. For more information visit http://www.rwgarcia.com or call (408) 287-4616.
About the Fishy Corn Car
Fishy Corn Car dedicates its life to promote education around Genetically Modified foods, the environmental and social impact of the massive increase in chemicals used to grow them and the importance of GMO labeling in the USA. For more information or to join the movement, check out http://www.facebook.com/fishycorncarGMO.