Pushback Works: 4 Food Giants Join General Mills, Campbell’s to Label GMOs

Pushback Works: 4 Food Giants Join General Mills, Campbell’s to Label GMOs
“Won’t Eat It! Don’t Want It!” When We Push Hard Enough, Even the Giant Corporations Step Back! Kellog’s, ConAgra Foods, General Mills and Mars, Inc announced they are joining the growing list of companies who will identify GMOs in their products with a label designation. They join Campbell’s Soup which broke ranks January, 2015 to say it would label GMOs. This is stunningly good news for US consumers who do not want to eat GMOs since the food industry has been working hard, and paying out, to keep consumers in the DARK about GMOs. … Read the rest

PORTLAND TO SUE MONSANTO OVER PCBS

PORTLAND TO SUE MONSANTO OVER PCBS
City of Portland to join six other west coast cities in suing Monsanto over PCB clean-up The city of Portland has announced plans to sue chemical maker Monsanto for costs accrued cleaning up PCBs from contaminated waterways in the Oregon city. PCBs, or polychlolrinated biphenyls are a highly toxic group of chemicals that  were manufactured by the company for decades, and which threaten human health as well as that of fauna and flora.… Read the rest

Court: Grocery Manufacturer’s Association Guilty of Illegal Fundraising, Efforts to Defeat CA GMO Labeling Referendum

Court: Grocery Manufacturer’s Association Guilty of Illegal Fundraising, Efforts to Defeat CA GMO Labeling Referendum
Big Food Loves GMOs and So Does the White House. Problem Is, GMA Found Guilty In Court of Illegal Activities to Suppress GMO Labeling Referendum Grocery Manufacturer’s Association, a GMO Support Group, Broke Campaign Finance Laws in Fight Against Labeling Take Action Now: Compel GMO Labeling: http://TinyURL.com/AllowGMOLabels The enormous, and enormously powerful Grocery Manufacturer’s Association (GMA), a staunchly pro-GMO group. broke multiple campaign finance laws in its fight against GMO labeling, according to a Washington court.… Read the rest

Are We (M)eating Ourselves Out of House and Home Through Factory Animal Agriculture?

Are We (M)eating Ourselves Out of House and Home Through Factory Animal Agriculture?
Cheaper and Cheaper Meat May Well Be Our Global Undoing Addiction is an ugly thing.  It is insidious, starting with the promise of something pleasurable, if dangerous, a promose that quickly spirals out of control until its truly destructive nature is on stark display. But even when the “needle and the damage done” are apparent to everyone else, the addict him or herself often can’t see it.… Read the rest

Deny Americans the Right to Know Act Pushed Off Senate Floor by ONE VOTE – Pushback is Vital!

Deny Americans the Right to Know Act Pushed Off Senate Floor by ONE VOTE – Pushback is Vital!
Deny Americans the Right to Know Act Pushed Off Senate Floor by ONE VOTE – Pushback is Vital! Your D.A.R.K. Victory! Victory Donation Here: http://drrimatruthreports.com/action/donate/ You did it! You put enough pressure on 49 Senators so that they removed the D.A.R.K. Act from discussion (it was “tabled” in parliamentary parlance) effectively killing the bill. How many Senators opposed you? 48! One more Senator voting for the bill would have passed it!… Read the rest

SENATE AG COMMITTEE APPROVES S.A.F.E. ACT (Which is Really the DARK Act)

SENATE AG COMMITTEE APPROVES S.A.F.E. ACT (Which is Really the DARK Act)
Ta “When the Will of the American People Is Not the Will of the Corporation, Buy Congress. Problem Solved!” — Monsanto TAKE ACTION NOW: TELL SENATE NOT TO PASS the DARK ACT! http://tinyurl.com/AllowGMOLabels The Senate Agricultural Committee has approved  the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act, HR 1599, also known as SAFE, which would forbid states from passing their own mandatory food labeling laws for GMOs.… Read the rest

Cornell University Accused of Accepting GMO-tainted Funding to Fromote a Pro-GMO Stance

Cornell University Accused of Accepting GMO-tainted Funding to Fromote a Pro-GMO Stance
Money Buys Science, at Least at Cornell Where Gates Money Buys PseudoScience to favor GMOs. Academic Freedom? Guess We’ll Need a Vaccine Against it Soon! Venerable Ivy League member Cornell University has been accused of running a pro-GMO campaign with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. In what appears to be a farewell to scientific objectivity, the university seems to be saying hello to generous new funding, provided they provide a pro-GMO propaganda platform.… Read the rest

Cutting Fresh Fruit/Veggie Cost $1.50/Day to Save 200,000 Lives Over 15 Years Say Tufts, UK Researchers.

Cutting Fresh Fruit/Veggie Cost $1.50/Day to Save 200,000 Lives Over 15 Years Say Tufts, UK Researchers.
Just $1.50 Reduction in Fruit Veggie Costs to Save 200K Lives. Will Anyone Be Willing to Pay That Cost? Lower prices for fruits and vegetables meant better health across the population, regardless of age, gender, race and ethnicity, lead researcher Jonathan Pearson-Stuttard, an academic clinical fellow at Imperial College in London, tells us. Researchers from the U.K. and Tufts University created a tool called the U.S.… Read the rest

Tyson Bows to Public Pressure and Goes Antibiotic-Free – a Little Bit

Tyson Bows to Public Pressure and Goes Antibiotic-Free – a Little Bit
80% of All Antibiotics in US Consumed by Animals First, THEN by YOU FOOD GIANT TYSON GOES ANTIBIOTIC FREE for PORK, Sort of, Kind of, A Little In what could be the beginning of a trend toward healthier factory farming practices, meat-producing giant Tyson has pledged to begin sourcing its pork from farmers that don’t use antibiotics. The move comes on the heels of several major moves toward healthier poultry that were pledged by big players in the industry: Fast-food behemoth McDonald’s announced that they would move away from chicken raised with antibiotics Five chains, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Panera Bread, Chick-fil-A, McDonald’s and Dunkin’ Donuts received a “passing grade” in terms of sourcing antibiotic-free meat in a survey produced by several consumer groups Numerous retailers are saying they will switch over to cage-free eggs With an estimated 80 percent of antibiotics consumed in the U.S.… Read the rest