One of the most compelling promises that Monsanto use to justify GMOs and their pesticides is that they are needed to feed the world.
A new study has found that salmon in Washington’s Puget Sound are contaminated with a wide variety of pharmaceutical chemicals.
French Minister of Ecology has announced that France will vote against the EU re-licensing of glyphosate, the world’s most used herbicide.
Most of us are woefully deficient in magnesium. Some doctors estimate that 80% of Americans aren’t getting enough of it.
American food companies love to say that they can’t label GMOs because it’s too expensive. It’s a lie.
The research of a 5th grader into childhood obesity found school lunches as the culprit.
This report from the Environmental Working Group shows the staggering sums on money spent to oppose GMO labeling and deny the public the right to know what is in our foods.
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Sen. Pat Roberts’ DARK Act that would make it GMO labeling by states illegal. A distinctly Anti-American act.
The Senate released the newest version of the DARK Act, the anti-GMO labeling bill backed by Monsanto, the Grocery Manufacturers Association, and their Big Food allies.