Around ten students held a protest yesterday afternoon outside the Albert Heijn supermarket at Stadsbrink. The group was protesting against the genetically modified soy products the supermarket has on its shelves.
The supermarket staff let the demonstrators get on with their action as long as they did not stand too close to the entrance; that was land owned by Albert Heijn. One supermarket manager was even willing to listen to the arguments against unethical soya.
The demonstration in Wageningen was part of a national protest organized by ASEED.