The Iceland supermarket chain in Great Britain warned North American farmers that it will boycott all animal products that come from livestock reared on genetically engineered diets. “Farmers in America and Canada are about to sow. We want to send a message to them that we are serious about this and we want them to do something now,” said an Iceland spokesman. No doubt, Iceland’s activism is prompted by their chairman Malcom Walker, one of Greenpeace’s major funders. (“Food store warns of extension to non-GM feed policy,” Financial Times, 2/23/00.)