Californians have wanted GMO foods labeled for years. On October 21st, Los Angeles City Council will vote on a citizens’ request to go GMO-free.
A Herman report says Monsanto’s RoundUp herbicide and glyphosate pose no risks to health. Experts are slamming the report, calling it anything but true.
The Center for Food Safety has condemned the EPA’s decision to approve Dow Chemical’s Enlist Duo herbicide – a new toxic blend of chemicals for GMO crops.
After testing 6 different packages, Consumer Reports found that Xochitl “non-GMO” tortilla chips actually contain up to 75 percent GMO corn!
Maui residents have signed a petition to push Monsanto off of their land for good by prohibiting the cultivation or reproduction of GMOs with Maui County.
A judge in Mexico has ruled against Monsanto’s planting of thousands of hectares of GM soybeans. Why? To protect the plummeting bee populations.
The stage is set in the fight against GMOs to truly land a winning intellectual stand against Monsanto’s genetic manipulation. You have played a key role.
A pro-GMO editorial in Scientific American takes aim at GMO labeling laws, calling them unscientific. Massive backlash took place soon after.
Here is a list of countries which require labeling of GMO foods, or downright ban them. What about the United States? No labeling here!
This year, Monsanto reported a loss of $156 million, compared with a loss of $249 million in the same period last year. We must be doing something right.