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What you need to know about Genetically Modified food

Yes, there’s been so much said about GMO & Genetically Modified crops all around the world. What does this really mean for us and our future? 800 more words


Debate Over How GMO Labeling Will Impact Shoppers

DENVER (CBS4)- Voters in Colorado will decide in November if genetically-modified food should have special labeling.

The group pushing for the labels said they don’t want a ban on GMO food, just a label to distinguish it from other food. 241 more words


Nestle/Gerber Won’t Listen: Boycott the Company Who Puts GMO Bt Toxins in Baby Food

Source: Natural Society, by Christina Sarich

Like many food producers supplying some of the most popular foods, some baby food companies, such as Purity Brands, are going GMO-free due to public demand. 117 more words


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As an aside - Nestle and Abby Martin of RT's Breaking the Set have been going at it for months about their disregard for the environment (and sociopathy, in my words).

The Diametrically-Opposed GMO View - Russia vs. US

Govt approves fines for improper GMO labeling


I find the puffery against GMO labelling in the West confusing.  If you’re confident, and there is a market for it, why not proudly display it? “Now with 30% More GMO!”

Government Fury

Five Reasons Why This NON GMO Farmer Is Opposed To Mandatory Labeling Of GMO Products

Some mornings, my Facebook timeline is virtually over run with updates and promotion of the campaign for mandatory labeling of GMOs. The proponents of labeling are passionate and articulate. 1,160 more words

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Say No To GMO

My favorite sentiment is echoed from one of Thoreau’s quoted that “The dawn is the most glorious season of the day”.

We are at crossroads with our problems growing in proportion to size, population, power and technology. 203 more words

GMO Labeling

The Pushback Against GMO Labeling is a Puzzler . . .

GMO-labeling movement poised for ballot initiative in Colorado


” Yet science is also inconclusive on whether genetically engineered products cannot cause long-term harm to human and environmental health. 30 more words

Government Fury