One of the nation’s largest restaurant chains, Chipotle Mexican Grill has stated that it has successfully phased out GMOs from its food.
Panera plans to remove all additives, artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners, preservatives, and more from its food by 2016, but what about GMOs?
Joining millions of citizens around the world, more than 30,000 doctors and health professionals are asking that glyphosate be banned.
Activist groups from Brazil say Brazil’s decision to approve genetically modified (GM) eucalyptus trees for commercial growth is an illegal one.
A GMO labeling bill was recently introduced in Texas that would require all foods containing genetically modified ingredients to carry a GMO label.
Farmers from the Philippines are rejecting GMO Golden Rice because they have plenty of other solutions for Vitamin A deficiency. Gasp!
After months of consumer and activist comments and fighting Big Biotech lawsuits, Vermont has just become the first state to have mandatory GMO labeling.
The Daily show was the scene for Jeffrey Smith as he discussed the deep implications of new genetically engineered potatoes and apples biotech is releasing.
Evidence has surfaced that proves that Monsanto knew of the potential of glyphosate to cause cancer in mammals (human populations) since as early as 1981.
Demand for organic food is growing so much that the U.S. is needing to import organic corn from nations where crops largely are free of bioengineering.
Did you know that companies like Coca Cola and Monsanto actual pay people known as ‘internet trolls’ to verbally attack others and spread misinformation?
The FDA recently approved a highly questionable non-browning genetically modified apple – but non-GMO, non-browning apples already exist.
Brazil’s National Cancer Institute recently voiced concerns over glyphosate while condemning GM crops for fueling pesticide use…but keeps approving GMOs.
A major professor in Argentina notes how the international scientific community has known for years that the herbicide glyphosate causes cancer.
Independent labs are being hit with waves of requests from small food companies, doctors, and more to test for traces of the herbicide glyphosate.
Brazil recently approved 3 new GM products – a genetically modified eucalyptus trees, as well as corn and soybeans made to be tolerant to 2,4-D herbicide.
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