The 6th edition of the Greenpeace GE–Free Food Guide (2007) has been released just in time to make sure your Xmas turkey hasn't been fed on GE.
The previous five guides have been a success, with over 300,000 copies distributed throughout New Zealand.
Greenpeace says GE crops are like a giant global experiment with our environment and food chain.
"Choosing non-GE foods is one important way to safeguard our fields and dinner tables against this unwanted experiment."
The guide colour-codes companies according to their policy on genetic engineering, so that people are more informed about what's going in their shopping trollies.
Greenpeace surveyed over 300 food companies for the latest edition of the Guide.
The online version and information on how to get your printed guide is available at www.gefreefood.org.nz.