Browsing the "non-GMO movement" Tag

Non GMO Doesn’t Mean Anti-Science

January 10th, 2012 | by Becky Striepe

Whenever we publish a piece around here talking about our issues with genetically engineered food, we get at least one comment (often from biotech lobbyists) bashing that author as being anti-science. I understand that there's lots of money in biotechnology and these people are trying to protect their livelihood, but I kind of resent the implication that supporting the non GMO movement means I hate science


How to Join the No-to-GMOs Movement

April 12th, 2011 | by Zachary Shahan

Following up on my post yesterday on the horrible but not at all surprising news that 13 scientific studies have linked GMOs to organ disruption, as promised, here's a little more info on how to get involved in the citizen movement against GMOs


Most “Natural” Cereals Likely to Contain GMOs

March 9th, 2011 | by Ken Roseboro

Does “natural” mean non-GMO? Not likely. Many breakfast cereals labeled natural are likely to contain ingredients from genetically modified corn, soy, canola, and sugar beets. This was a key finding from a survey of natural cereal manufacturers conducted by The Organic & Non-GMO Report. Several natural cereal manufacturers admitted that their products may contain GM ingredients, one manufacturer refused to comment, and three are putting their products through a non-GMO verification program to avoid the use of GMOs


USDA Favors Monsanto over Organic Industry, Consumers

February 8th, 2011 | by Ken Roseboro

In one week, the US Department of Agriculture clearly demonstrated that it favors the bottom line of one biotechnology company, Monsanto, while putting the organic food industry at-risk and ignoring more than 400,000 people who expressed concerns about genetically engineered (GE) foods


The GMO Experiment: New Seal Helps Consumers Say NO to the Experiment and Join the Control Group

January 5th, 2011 | by Dag Falck

In recent years, the number and scale of food product recalls has significantly increased, compelling the U.S. Senate to pass the Food Safety Modernization Act and consumers to take an increasingly active role in demanding transparency about what is in the food they are consuming. The Non-GMO Project is helping concerned consumers make informed decisions about the food they're purchasing



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