Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/GE-Star-Market-Action-Boston-27MZIFITI6R3.htmlConceptually similarGE Star Market Action BostonGP02GF0Completed★★★★★★★GE Star Market Action BostonGP02GF2Completed★★★★GE Star Market Action BostonGP02GEZCompleted★★★★GE Star Market Action BostonGP02GF3Completed★★★★GE Star Market Action BostonGP02GF1Completed★★★★Shaw's Distribution Center BlocadeGP03WC0Completed★★★★Shaw's Distribution Center BlocadeGP03WBWCompleted★★★★Shaw's Distribution Center BlocadeGP03WBYCompleted★★★★Shaw's Distribution Center BlocadeGP03WBZCompleted★★★★View AllGP02GEYGE Star Market Action BostonGreenpeace activist Ben Gworek receives some encouragement from Francis Sullivan. Sullivan, who identified herself as a registered Republican, stated that she was in favor of both the fight against genetically modified foods, and the right to publicly demonstrate against them. Greenpeace and Clean Water Action activists entered the Star Market at the Prudential Center. The group replaced store brand items that contain genetically modified ingredients with non-Genetically Engineered store brand products from Shaw's British parent company, J. Sainsbury.Locations:Boston-Massachusetts-North America-United States of AmericaDate:23 Jul, 2002Credit:© Greenpeace / Josh ReynoldsMaximum size:2000px X 1309pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Cities-Day-Elderly-Face painting-Food-Genetic engineering-Greenpeace activists-Humour-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Protective clothing-Toxics (campaign title)-Two people-Urban areas-WomenShoot:GE Star Market Action BostonGreenpeace and Clean Water Action activists dressed in biohazard suits protested at Star Market at the Prudential Center. The group replaced store brand items that contain genetically modified ingredients with non-Genetically Engineered store brand products from Shaw's British parent company, J. Sainsbury. Activists also inflated a giant corn cob to attract attention.