A column in the New England Journal of Medicine calls for a new review of herbicides, saying regulators have been relying on flawed and outdated research.
In Hawaii, Monsanto has sent home a permission slip with students in order to use their photos for propaganda to raise support for pesticides and GMOs.
The Indian government has filed a $99 million class action suit against Nestle for selling contaminated Noodles and ‘trading unfairly.’
Monsanto is facing a lawsuit from Spokane, Washington for knowingly selling chemicals for decades that were harmful to human and environmental health.
Whole Foods is in a world of hurt after it was revealed that the company was overcharging customers for some of its pre-weighed packages.
A federal judge ruled that Idaho’s controversial ‘ag gag’ law, which protects animal cruelty, was unconstitutional and violates free speech.
Is the latest reversal of more than 158 convictions, bringing the total to 560 reversed drug charges in Philadelphia, another example of drug fraud?
Scotland announced yesterday that it will ban GM crops from being grown on its territory due to overall GMO rejection from its citizens.
An investigation reveals how scientists who submit work on neonicotinoids and impacts of GMOs find their livelihoods and scientific credentials in jeopardy.
Your right to grow food was arguably taken away years ago and given to the Federal government through the right of ‘seizure’ given to the Feds, by the Feds.
Natural Society and Anthony Gucciardi have launched a White House petition asking Obama to keep his 2007 promise and enact GMO labeling nationwide.
A full report on glyphosate’s ability to cause cancer is making waves throughout the world. Glyphosate is the key component in Monsanto’s Roundup.
More than 60 countries have passed GMO labeling laws, yet the USA is still pushing genetically modified food on Americans who do not want to eat it.
It’s time to demand that President Obama keep his 2007 promise to label GMOs and veto the DARK Act that would make GMO labeling illegal.
House members who voted to keep the public from knowing what is in their food via the DARK Act were paid 3 times as much as representatives who voted to give us the right to label or ban GMO foods.
Was John Russell Houser on or off his meds at the time of the shooting in the movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana? There always seems to be a connection.
Let’s stop the DARK Act now before it becomes a law, and tell the Senate we want GMO lableing! Sign this petition and let your voice be heard.