Quaker Oats’ parent company – PepsiCo – has spent millions to stop GMO labeling initiatives. Let’s ask them to change their tune.
Imagine if tobacco companies said they were doing something responsible to protect you. How would you respond to that? That’s one of the Coca-Cola obesity questions posed in a new You Tube Video: The Honest Coca-Cola Obesity Commercial.
What does the “grass-fed” label really mean? The USDA’s grass-fed labeling standard tells you a lot, but what it doesn’t tell you is just as important.
With a clear and present understanding of the benefits of eating whole grains, why is it so hard to find healthy whole grain foods on our supermarket shelves?
Are Froot Loops healthy because they’re “made with whole grains”? Is a 100-calorie bag of cookies good for you? We’re bombarded with food labels and ads designed to mislead.
Energized by Prop 37’s near-victory last month, labeling advocates in 30 states are ramping up legislative efforts to require fair labeling of GMO foods. Washington state looks poised to step up as the next big battleground: if advocates for initiative I-522 obtain enough signatures by the end of December, WA voters could see a ballot measure requiring GMO labeling as soon as November 2013. They need your help — read on, for what you can do to support Washington’s GMO labeling efforts!
Corporations like to defend GMOs in a number of ways, but my favorite argument is that GMOs have been proven safe. The fact is that genetically modified organisms (GMO) in our food has never been proven safe in any long-term study.
Organic food blogger Max Goldberg is teaming up with Food Babe to raise money to support Prop 37, a ballot initiative in California that would require GMO labeling. Why are folks on the other side of the country getting involved to support GMO labeling in a whole different state?
The answer is pretty simple…
There’s a lot of controversy surrounding GMOs in Kashi products right now, and I wanted to talk about it a bit here and see what you guys think.
One of my biggest problems with genetically engineered foods is that biotech companies love to talk about how superior their GM foods are, yet they resist any push to label foods that contain GMOs. Seems a little bit fishy to me!
Genetically engineered food does not have to be labeled in the U.S., but 90% of Americans want labels on GMOs.
What if I told you that there was a certified organic juice that was so packed with superfoods, vitamins, and magic that it would boost your immune system, increase your energy, and keep you young?
The FDA is close to approving genetically engineered salmon, despite concerns about its effects on our health and the environment.