Scientists are finding harmful impacts on soil micro-organisms, beneficial insects and laboratory animals exposed to genetically modified crops and GE food, and that’s just part of the problem.
According to the Non-GMO Project’s website, “…it is estimated that GMOs are now present in more than 80% of packaged products in the average U.S. or Canadian grocery store.” So what can you do to ensure that we have healthy, GMO-free food available for future generations?
This is part 3 of WholeSoy & Co’s series on Non-GMO’s. WholeSoy & Co. decided years ago to take action. We have always used organic, non-GMO soybeans and ingredients in [ … ]
Four thousand Scottish salmon escaped from Loch Duart Salmon Farm in Scotland. If ordinary salmon can escape a farm, why can’t GM salmon? Silly question. Of course GM salmon will be able to escape into the wild.
When the FDA held hearings on AquaBounty’s AquAdvantage GMO salmon earlier this year, they neglected to include a statement by other federal agencies indicating that raising the GMO salmon in open-ocean pens would violate the U.S. Endangered Species Act.
Back in April, the EU controversially approved a genetically modified potato, and now it looks like scientists are working on yet another GM spud.
An Ohio court has recently overturned its ban on labeling milk as rBGH-free. This is a meaningful move, and you can bet that Monsanto is going to fight back.
The outcry over FDA considering allowing genetically modified salmon for human consumption has almost overshadowed another GM animal that’s up for approval: the Enviropig.
The current USDA guidelines do not allow GM crops to be certified organic, but not everyone thinks the two are mutually exclusive. “The Unexplored Potential of Organic-Biotech Production” was a [ … ]
Today marked a small victory for opponents to genetically engineered food. The FDA announced is needs more time to decide if it’s going to approve AquaBounty’s GM salmon, but that doesn’t mean the fight is over for opponents of the GM fish.
After reading about Monsanto’s corn and its link to organ damage, Yes Magazine’s April Dávila decided to go the entire month of March without eating or purchasing anything from the agricultural giant.