Just why is Big Food Fighting So Hard, and Paying So Much Money, to Prevent Labeling GMOs? Because They Are Toxic and Nobody Wants Them? Yes, That Could Be It!
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. This deals yet another setback to the forces of Big Biotech and Big Agribize following Tuesday’s defeat of the Senate version of the mis named Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act (SAFE Act), which would have forbidden states from requiring the labeling of GMO foods.… Read the rest
GMO Corporate claims that labeling GMO food will raise prices are lies. The recent de0railing of Congressional efforts to prevent labeling of GMOs means that we just might have GMO labeling in the US at some time in the near future. And it won’t raise prices at all! Tell Decision Makers you demand the right to know what you are eating!@… Read the rest
Monsanto states on its website: “There is no need for, or value in testing the safety of GM foods in humans.” No value, indeed, if you are a giant multi-billion dollar conglomerate bent on taking over the world’s food supply so you can profit from it. But in reality the SAFE Act is not even about the well-known dangers of eating GMO foods, nor the dangers of allowing the biotech companies to continue to run roughshod across the entire planet, spreading their poison and lies. No. This bill answers a simple question: do we have a right to know what we are putting into our bodies? Fourteen senators answered in the negative.
In a huge blow to Monsanto, a French court has declared that French professor Gilles-Eric Séralini was in fact right when he claimed that GMO foods fed to rats caused tumors. The original article outlining the study was pulled from the journal Food and Toxicology, but only after fierce, ugly warfare being waged against the journal and Séralini by--you guessed it--Monsanto.