Do you want to know which companies to totally avoid because they use or support GMOs? Here are 6 huge conglomerates aiming to ruin your right to know.
A staff writer for yet another major publication, The New Yorker magazine has blatantly propagandized biotech’s favorite product – GMOs.
A whopping 81 percent of the GM crops approved for planting and marketing were not adequately studied for possible health and environmental safety risks.
Oregon’s GMO labeling Measure 92 initiative is headed for a recount with the results too close to call after over 13000 ballots were contested.
In an open letter, American celebrities and approximately 57 million Americans warn UK citizens about the dangers of growing genetically modified foods.
Starbucks has recently teamed up with Monsanto to sue Vermont over the recently passed GMO labeling initiative. What gives, Starbucks?
Experts are stressing that those involved in the sale of food products containing genetically modified ingredients should be fined and penalized.
McDonald’s has shockingly announced that it would not be using the newly approved GMO potato for its french fries. But it’s still the go-to place for low quality, toxic food.
Did you know that Monsanto has caused almost 300,00 farmers in India to commit suicide with its GMOs, chemical creations, and shameless business practices?
Biotech giants Monsanto and Dow have threatened to sue Maui over a victorious GMO ban, leading a federal judge to put a halt on the measure.
The World’s Largest GMO and Pesticide Safety study was finally launched by Factor GMO in London, UK on Tuesday, though it should have been done decades ago.
Oregon’s GMO labeling Measure 92 was originally reported defeated, but it isn’t quite over. Right now about 6,500 votes separate us from winning Yes on 92!
Biotech giant Syngenta may have ruined the US corn industry with their GMO corn variety, and now they face billion-dollar class action suits.
Conventional farming is killing our soil. Why are we doing it? Going from crop rotation to mono-cultures was inspired by petrochemical companies.. for fuel.
Recently, the European Parliament voted on a proposal which essentially gives member states or regions more power to refuse GMOs. A recent victory!
As the new film, Organic Rising points out, misinformation, disinformation, and outright lies are what our conventional food system runs on.
A relatively new poll from Nielsen has found that Monsanto’s reputation ranked 3rd worst among 60 high-profile companies.