As we warned, the anti-choice nannies from Greenpeace are intensifying their efforts against genetically modified foods in California. A committee of San Francisco’s city council passed a resolution on Tuesday that urges all city departments to give preferential treatment to organic food vendors and vendors who don’t use genetically modified foods when awarding city contracts for special parties and events. The resolution, crafted with the help of local Greenpeace representatives, also urged the school district to serve organic lunches, even though data compiled by Centers for Disease Control data suggest organic food consumers are eight times more likely than the general population to come into contact with the deadly E-coli virus.