“But, truly, this article was unresearched. It is widely known that the FDA does NOT test the safety of GE foods; it relies on the biotech industries’ own testing or outsourcing.”
Discover the silent genetic assault happening right now in up to 150 “test plots” in the U.S.
Tags: bidet, climate change, corn, genetic engineering, glyphosate, gmo, gmo labeling, greenpeace, herbicides, Monsanto, mother nature, nrdc, organic consumers association, papaya, pesticides, pollen, prop 37, recycling, Roundup, toilet, USDA
More than a century ago, mothers and grandmothers sparked the Pure Food Movement at a time when food was starting to be processed.
Research reveals one “safe” toxin used to make corn is in 93 percent of maternal and 69 percent of non-pregnant women’s blood samples.
Tags: allergens, corn, farmers, food allergies, food sensitivities, genetic engineering, gmo, hormones, mercola, milk, Monsanto, pesticides, rbgh, Roundup, soy
If you follow this newly revised list, you’ll reduce your exposure to some of the nastiest neurotoxins (and often carcinogens) in our food.
Tags: antibiotics, chemicals, e coli, EPA, ewg, fruits, genetic engineering, gmo, Grass-fed, mercola, organic, pesticides, produce, superbugs, USDA, vegetables
One state hopes to lead the country in demanding proper and honest labeling for genetically modified foods.
Whole Foods says it will label all products that contain GMOs by 2018. But considering the company’s past, can we trust a natural-food giant that thinks about its bottom line – money – 24/7?
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GMOs are driving chronic disease rates upward, destroying the environment, and drying out our planet’s resources. So why is the government going out of its way to make matters worse?
Tags: agriculture, antibiotics, biodiversity, corn, crops, deforestation, farming, food and agriculture organization, genetic engineering, genetically modified organisms, livestock, Michael Pollan, monoculture, mother jones, pesticides, polyculture, processed foods, soy, soybeans, USDA, wheat
Whole Foods is raising the bar on GMO labeling, in a move that could radically change the food industry for good.
Tags: american medical association, corn, cornucopia institute, fda, food industry, genetic engineering, genetically modified foods, grocery manufacturers association, labels, manufacturers, mark kastel, prop 37, soybeans, whole foods market, world health organization
Food safety advocates are launching one final effort to stop the FDA from approving genetically modified salmon. But with the final hurdle fast approaching, frankenfish could be heading to your plate very soon.
Tags: alaska, animals, aquabounty, atlantic salmon, biotech, canada, David Suzuki Foundation, environmental impact, fda, fish, genetic engineering, genetic modification, gmo, huffington post, transgenic