By now, you’re all likely aware of the stir caused recently when it came to light that Kashi’s “all natural” brand of cereals are (admittedly) sourced with known-GMO ingredients, a move which is not “all natural.” From USA Today: The controversy went viral a week ago after a Rhode Island grocer tacked a note to one of […]
The Biotech Bully from St Louis does not like Vermont’s legislative bill H. 722, a consumer’s right to know bill. Read the article below and learn how Mansanto is handling this affront to their GMO agenda. When Judge Naomi Buchwald dismissed OSGATA et al vs. Monsanto last month, it was on the basis that she […]
As humans continue to find new alternative ways to bypass and trick nature for our benefit, are we really helping in the long run? Timothy Egan from The Opinion Pages addresses his concerns with AquaBounty Technologies and their new Genetically Engineered Salmon. We can’t foresee the effects that Genetically Engineered food will have on us in the future. Should the Food and Drug Administration be so hasty to approve this new form of “food”?
Make your voice heard by requesting Mars and Hershey’s to sign the Non-GM Beet Sugar Registry. The only way to keep GM food from taking over is to let companies like Mars and Hershey’s know that we don’t want anything to do with GM food! Head over to the Center For Food Safety website and sign the petition, HERE.
Gene Contamination of Feed, Milk, Meat and Other Products to Follow? January 27th, 2011 USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack announced this afternoon that the agency will fully deregulate Monsanto’s controversial genetically engineered alfalfa. The choice was favored by the biotech industry and one of three options identified in the USDA’s Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) released […]
The Green Belt Movement By Wangari Mathai November 20, 2004 Winner of 2004 Nobel Peace Prize: The increasingly contentious debate about the impact of patenting of life forms and genetic engineering is extremely important to all humanity. This is especially true for developing countries, rich in biological resources and the traditional practices which have generated […]