Greenpeace has launched an anti-GM feed offensive against Danepak bacon producer Tulip International and its parent company Danish Crown. It is part of a national campaign to get supermarkets and meat producers to drop GM ingredients from animal feed. Greenpeace volunteers will today (Saturday) distribute postcards and envelopes containing non-GM pig feed at supermarkets nationwide. Shoppers will be asked to send these to Tulip to tell the company to "give GM animal feed the boot." Greenpeace campaigner Kathryn Tulip said: "This campaign is a chance for people to tell Danish Crown to stop feeding their pigs with GM food." Tulip technical director Terry Sawers said the business is consumer-focused and will supply GM-free pork if consumers demand it, {{NEWS }}