It seems that the fast food giant Domino’s has been caught selling genetically modified ‘Frankenfood’ pizzas while claiming to be ‘GM-free’ on its website.
Mike Pompeo is reintroducing a bill that would give biotech companies the freedom to grow GMO foods without labels and without state or consumer choice.
Similar to Big Tobacco protecting cigarettes, a GMO lobbyist recently said ‘I do not believe that glyphosate is causing increases in cancer.’ See this.
From lobbying to falsifying research to throwing out GMO labeling laws, it is clear that companies and politicians are united in pushing GMOs on the public.
From dumping carcinogenic chemicals in our waters to developing those same toxic creations, here are 11 reasons to hate the biotech giant DuPont.
In addition to paying $2.4 million, Monsanto has been forced to pay $350,000 in order to settle a class action lawsuit brought upon by numerous farmers.
The FDA recently approved GMO apple varieties, suggesting a possible label. But since a label is not likely – here are 3 ways to tell if your apple is GMO.
The FDA has approved genetically modified varieties of apples and potatoes with likely no labeling, saying that the foods are perfectly safe.
Biotech giant Monsanto is trying to force patented genetically modified (GM) seeds and crops on African farmers and consumers who DON’T want them.
Maine lawmakers along with members of the Organic Consumers Association have put forth a bill, LD 991, with strong support to label GMOs IMMEDIATELY.
At South by Southwest (SXSW), it appears that money from GMO corporations talks as true GMO debate is controlled, silenced, and censored.
Scientists in Norway, Hungary, Austria, Ireland, Turkey, and Australia have found that GMOs may promote weight gain in numerous ways – some less obvious.
Lawmakers are asking the federal government to make sure GMO labeling never be required, and that we be kept in the dark over GMO ingredients in our food.
It seems that genetically engineered genes are contaminating non-GM types in South Africa, overtaking even home gardens, fields, and local seed holdings.
Thanks to 1000’s of activists and farmers, there will not be any GMO trees infiltrating Brazil, at least for now. Let us keep it this way.
Biotechnology companies have just found another way to work around regulatory approval for genetically modified crops – with intentional mutations.
Louisiana lawmakers are about to further contaminate our waters by allowing GM corn that is made to withstand copious amounts of toxic pesticide chemicals.