The international resistance against Monsanto and the genetic manipulation of the food supply has advanced to an all new level.
Research proves that Monsanto’s best-selling herbicide RoundUp has been linked to lethal conditions, including Lymphoma and DNA damage.
Did you know that 80 percent of pre-packaged foods sold in the United States are actually banned in other nations? And for good reason.
The international media has already begun covering the Monsanto Video Revolt, an online revolution against Monsanto and corruption at large.
The agricultural equivalent to the ‘Nobel Peace Prize’ known as the World Food Prize has been given to a Monsanto executive for developing GM crops.
Chipotle Mexican Grill has become the first US restaurant chain to go ahead and label all GMOs sold through their locations on the menu.
The new Monsanto Video Revolt campaign is aimed at bringing the fight against Monsanto to a whole new level online.
Following the great success of campaigns like March Against Monsanto, the new Monsanto Video Revolt brings the online revolution against Monsanto to life.
Photos posted by one mother of her children protesting Monsanto at the March Against Monsanto were labeled as ‘abusive’ and ultimately led to a ban.
The Connecticut state Senate has amended and passed GMO labeling bill HB 6527 by an overwhelming vote of 134-3.
Amazing photos taken across the globe show what children value most around the world, from toys to blankets.
Found in farmland within the state of Oregon, the USDA is now admitting that we may have a very serious case of GM crop pollution.
The mainstream media has failed once again to cover events that matter, such as the March Against Monsanto. But in reality, it doesn’t matter.
As long as you can help Monsanto slide its icy tentacles into the food chain, then there’s some financial tip available to you.
The March Against Monsanto has been a major success, generating mass awareness across the nation – Anthony Gucciardi covers the event.
China has destroyed a total of at least three genetically modified corn shipments with origins from the United States in a major anti-GMO move.
Massive activism and outrage over the Monsanto Protection Act has led to a new bill that may repeal it within the Senate.