Waylon Lewis featured on Huffington Post Green: support w comment!

Via elephant journal
on Sep 27, 2010
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Silk Soy may no longer be the world’s biggest organic brand, but their move to “natural” ain’t all bad, as we see from Waylon’s interview at the last Natural Products Expo. But Whole Foods’ move—dumping Silk Soy in favor of organic products—is a boon to the green movement. Support with a comment, whatever your view and facts—if we can get to 90 or 100 comments, you’ll keep this vital issue in front of the masses for another day.

Do we want a world that’s all untested GMOs? Is conscious consumerism important to you?

Click image below of Waylon’s top-ranked latest Huffington Post blog:


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10 Responses to “Waylon Lewis featured on Huffington Post Green: support w comment!”

  1. mark says:

    Nice timing for Steve Demos……he sold SIlk for millions and millions and now none of this is his problem.

  2. elephantjournal says:

    Well, I know he cares…it was/is his legacy, after all. But yes, I don't think he's a big fan of the "natural" shift.

  3. Congrats on the Huffpo feature! Way to go 🙂

  4. Shanon says:

    Congrats on the article. Since I really love Elephant Journal so much and can't monetarily contruibute as of yet, I singned up to HuffPo just to comment on your blog! I hope that it helps keep Ele on the internet because it's one of the best things out there to read in my opinion.

  5. jolinda Van Haren says:

    It's always something!

  6. FSG says:

    Waylon thank you for all your hard work and bringing the all important issues to the public.

  7. PeacefulMary1 says:

    Thanks, Waylon – great article, as usual!

  8. Shawn says:

    I've been wanting to see a revolution on food! I slowly see good changes coming our way such as junk food not allowed in schools! Feeding the community with foods full of life and love is just what we need to live truth, eat truth and share truth. Nothing else should stand, everything that's not for our full expansion and love for all should crumble to the sea! I admire and give props to all the people involved in shifting the consciousness of what feeds us and of stopping the lies hidden in labels just for monetary purposes! Lets love, people and do good things for each other!!!
    Thank you for this great magazine! (http://shawnyogahealing.com)

  9. Kristen says:

    Waylon, way to go! Thank you for educating the public. Soy is dangerous for a lot of reasons (scientifically proven) & it's great that you went the extra mile to help everyone understand what is going on. 🙂

  10. jim says:

    Great video! keep on bloggin..