It seems there are 3 or 4 battles in the war to fight GMOs – boycott, label, ban, or take legal action. All have pros and cons. Check this out and tell us what you think.
The Mayor of Hollywood, Florida is every working person’s hero for mandating that all city-owned vending machines offer non-GMO, healthier snack choices.
Help provide 20 meals to the less fortunate and support GMO labeling – all while wearing a fashionable GMO labeling Natural Society t-shirt.
The International Dairy Foods Association is trying to sue Vermont over a law which passed earlier this year requiring mandatory labeling of GMO foods.
Monsanto is trying to use 2 GMO farmers to overturn a GMO ban in Jackson County – a ban which received support from an overwhelming 66 percent of voters.
An attorney tells Maui Now that the group won standing on Monday to intervene in the lawsuit filed by Monsanto which seeks to delay enforcement of a GMO-labeling measure.
With all the talk of Monsanto’s herbicide glyphosate, it is likely that you haven’t heard of dicamba – another weapon in Big Ag’s chemical arsenal.
Due to consumer demand, the largest German poultry producer has announced that it will turn back to using GM-free animal feed. Yet another victory.
A company called Oxitec is currently shipping genetically modified mosquitoes to Florida for release – despite the GM creations not even yet being approved.
The Mexican government is being urged to ban GMO maize to protect corn varieties that have taken 7000 years to develop. Biotech may corrupt a crop that feeds millions.
After a dramatic recount, Oregon’s GMO labeling Measure 92 has failed to pass. This is sad news, but we have come far against biotech’s massive campaigns.
GMOs are supposed to eradicate world hunger, right? Yet statistics show that food insecurity has risen by 57 percent since GMOs were introduced in the US.
Biotech had been given permission to use GM soy and other contaminates in fish feed since 2008, but new concerning research has reversed this decision.
The battle for the right to know if your food contains genetically modified organisms could come to a halt with the signing of one bill in Congress.
With a new law, the EPA will not be advised on their own research regarding GMOs or pharmaceuticals. Pro biotech and Big Pharma experts will reign.
Due to the recent contamination of hay from GMO alfalfa, China has now blacklisted hay from the US, and may do the same for Canada.
A host of celebrity chefs are urging members of Congress to support legislation that would require the labeling of genetically modified foods.