Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Banner-on-Campina-Building-27MZIFL6XRMC.htmlConceptually similarFilling Tank with Genetically Engineered MilkGP01JVKCompleted★★★★★★Filling Tank with MilkGP01JVFCompleted★★★★★★Filling the Tank with MilkGP01JVGCompleted★★★★★★Activists with Milk Tank Blocking the Campina EntranceGP01JVMCompleted★★★★Children with Banners at Campina OfficeGP01K5JCompleted★★★★★★Returning Packages of Milk Cartons in ProtestGP01JVHCompleted★★★★Returning Packages of Milk Cartons in ProtestGP01JVICompleted★★★★Action against Genetic Engineering in GermanyGP0323QCompleted★★★★Action against Genetic Engineering in GermanyGP0323RCompleted★★★★View AllGP01JVJBanner on Campina BuildingActivists emptying the milk fire-hose after filling the tank in front of the Campina office. On the right we see the banner which reads: "Gentech Veevoer: Nee!" or translated: "Genetically Engineered Cattle-Feed: No!"In original language:SpandoekActivisten legen de brandweerslang waarmee de bak met melk is gevuld. Rechts zien we het spandoek waarop staat: "Gentech Veevoer: Nee!" Locations:Europe-NetherlandsDate:11 May, 2006Credit:© Greenpeace / Ben DeimanMaximum size:3504px X 2336pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Agriculture-Banners-Campina-Day-Fodder-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Office buildings-Outdoors-Return to sender actions-SAGE (campaign title)-Small group of peopleShoot:GE Action Campina in the NetherlandsGreenpeace brought two thousand liters of Campina milk from cows that are fed on genetic engineered cattle-feed back to the Campina head office. Activists pumped the milk through a fire-hose in a tank with which they blocked the entrance to the office. Activists gave empty milk packages back to the employees and presented the demands of Greenpeace to Campina. Greenpeace hereby protests against the fact that Campina feeds cows on genetic engineered food. This action is part of a large campaign on gmo-free cattle feed. In their commercials Campina uses the slogan: 'Campina natuurlijk!' which reads: 'Campina naturally!' with which the Netherlands' biggest dairy producer tries to express its concern for human beings, the environment and society.