CNN’s Jake Tapper let Americans know that something had been slipped into our food by Monsanto.
While we are examining the GMO science applied to food, we have to examine the financial engineering of the science.
Rumors are circulating that Starbucks teamed up with Monsanto to sue the state of Vermont over their law to label genetically engineered foods.
Win or lose, GMO Labeling initiatives have become a force to be reckoned with by the chemical industry.
Dr. Thierry Vrain was a spokesperson for the safety of GMO crops. He is now an unlikely and powerful crusader to be speaking out about the dangers of these crops.
Long experience with chemical company dirty tricks shows their downright fear of GMO labeling efforts. Its a food fight they are losing.
General Mills already produces GMO-free versions of its products in 63 countries around the world. Why not here?
A report from MIT suggests that heavy use of the world’s most popular herbicide, Roundup, could be linked to a range of health problems and diseases, including Parkinson’s, infertility and cancers….
Big Food’s opposition to GMO labeling doesn’t make much sense in the face of a growing number of lawsuits for false “natural” claims on GMO foods.
Monsanto spends massive sums of money to oppose GMO labeling. Understanding their “thinking” is important.