It's not everyday you spot a large vegetable on the roof of a car.
"We're here with the fishy food tour. We're touring across the Western United States to call attention for the need for labeling genetically engineered foods also known as GMOs"
The vegetables respresent the most common genetically modified crops.
"Labeling GMOs is important not only to the health of our families and farms but also for our food democracy."
A battle that Rrica Madrid says has been ongoing with global GMO producers Monsanto and Syngenta.
"Monsanto would have you believe that GMOs are nutritionally equivalent to any other food that farmers can produce."
But Madrid begs to differ.
"GMOs are quite different from traditional farmers methods of selective breeding and hybridization. GMOs are created in a labratory by scientists who can turn genes on and off, but we have no idea what the long-term impact is going to be."
And for that reason Madrid and the Fishy Fleet crew started their campaign in Seattle in August and will end up in New York City sometime in December, in hopes of spreading awareness about labeling GMOs.