How much will GMO labeling cost consumers? The truth of the matter is that labeling GMOs won’t cost consumers a single penny. Not one.
Monsanto’s massive campaign to defeat your very right to know what’s in your food has been backed by over $22 million.
Through rampant and unchecked genetic manipulation, Monsanto continues to churn out genetically modified creations that threaten the entire planet.
Activism has forced Senators to kill the Monsanto Protection Act renewal that would grant Monsanto immunity from legal action.
Alluding to consumer fears, many large US-based corporations, including Kellogg, Pepsi, Kraft, Coke and Heinz will now drop GMO foods from their European products while leaving GMO-sourced food in our US supply.
Just one of the many organic growing methods (called polyculture) that farmers have used for centuries – crop rotation – is a way to increase yields by as much as 10 fold, and it is better for the planet, too.
Sources say the UK has been marketing GM foods and crops as something the majority of farmers want and as something that is at the top of priorities for everyone in the country. But, a few new surveys indicate not only do English citizens not want GM foods, but the farmers aren’t too thrilled either.
Greenpeace is speaking up for the general public, by telling the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that they have no right to claim that GMOs are safe for Americans, or anyone else.
Recently published in the Journal of Hematology & Thromboembolic Diseases, the study underscores the potential ‘leukemogenic’ properties of the Bt toxin biopesticides used in almost all GMO foods that are currently planted on more than 3.9 million acres of crops in the US.