How might Monsanto have influenced Henry Miller, back in the early 1990s when he was the first director of FDA’s Office of Biotechnology?
I first met Frances Fisher when I was invited by Marianne Williamson to speak at one of her campaign events. Marianne was running for Congress in 2014, and like many, she was beyond frustrated that our food system wasn’t part of the health care debate. After all, true health care is directly tied to the…
When Campbell’s announced in 2016 that they were breaking with the Grocery Manufacturers Association and going with mandatory GMO labeling, other companies quickly followed. Why?
This week, four pension funds that hold about 4.3 million shares of Mylan, the maker of Epipen, shares valued at $170 million, called for an overhaul of 6 board members including the chairman.
Enjoy the April Be Well webinar and gain some insight into the the correlation between our food supply and the rise of chronic disease and conditions.
Another class-action lawsuit against Mylan has been filed for scheming to eliminate meaningful competition, evergreening the EpiPen patents and forestalling education initiatives for novel devides, using illegal exclusive dealing agreement to shut out competitors.
Kind Snacks Founder Creates Organization to Promote Public Health by Countering Food Industry Propaganda
Daniel Lubetzky, the Founder and CEO of KIND Healthy Snacks (KIND), has announced the launch of Feed the Truth. Established as an independent organization to improve public health by making truth, transparency and integrity the foremost values in today’s food system.
Ron Finley needs our help to save his “gangsta gardens” headquarters from a ruthless developer.
On January 20th, 2017, almost exactly eleven years to the day since I was thrown into this work in the food allergy world, I heard from from Mylan’s communication’s department for the first time. They wanted to discuss points made in a recent FOX interview. I was grateful. After a decade of working in this space,…
Watch and listen, as Morgan Freeman walks us through how Big Tobacco became Big Food.