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Kudos to Campbell Soup for Supporting Mandatory Federal GMO Labeling

As announced in a company press release and reported by The New York Times on January 8, Campbell Soup Company is calling for mandatory federal labeling of foods “ 503 more words


That's When It Hit Me - I Could Totally Buy ALL This Cheese!

This is my all-time favorite lottery commercial.  The California Lottery had only been in effect a short time and this was one of the first commercials.   765 more words

New Proof That GMOs Are Harmful

Like something out of a science fiction thriller, genetically modified organisms (GMO) are having horrifying effects in lab tests.
Genetically modified corn engineered to be resistant to Roundup herbicide (a Monsanto brand) caused rapidly accelerating tumors in both male and female lab rats over the course of 2 years. 303 more words

Christian Health Food Store

Let's Talk Labels

It is now less than a week after the November 2014 midterm elections here in the United States. By now we all know that Republicans are back on top and marijuana legalization is becoming more widespread. 535 more words

Genetically Modified Organisms

How GMO Became a Worldwide Household Word

Various three and four letter government agencies have responsibility to tax payers to inspect businesses that have direct impact on the health of the citizens. At their discretion, unsafe, unhealthy and life threatening diseases and microbes are kept away from the public food supply. 961 more words

New World Order

Students debate about Proposition 37

Jacqueline Nguyen (’15) said, “I think it’s the consumer’s right to know every little aspect of what they’re putting their money towards.”

By Jessie Le and Tiffany Tran… 328 more words

The USA: a third world country when it comes to GMO labeling

Genetically modified organisms are gaining more and more resistance due to the minor amount of studies that have been conducted. The entire country has not been able to pass legislation on mandatory labeling of genetically modified organisms until Connecticut. 223 more words