Healthcare giant Kaiser has recommended their members avoid GMOs. In a recent newsletter, a Kaiser nutritionist wrote a piece discussing both why people should avoid GMOs for health reasons, common GMO foods and how to avoid them. Some policyholders have been responding to this news by asking their local Kaiser clinics about it – and… Read more »
In the wake of Prop 37 there’s still plenty of GMO battles worth fighting, especially on the national level. We’re passing on this message from the Center for Food Safety. To take action, click here…
“The biotech industry has quietly inserted a dangerous policy rider into the Agriculture Appropriations bill now being considered in Congress.… Read more »
California Right to Know Campaign invites you to experience a controversial, intriguing, and provocative movie, Scientist Under Attack… Read more », followed by discussion with Dr. Michelle Perro. The film reveals how the biotech industry has repeatedly blocked the original research conducted by world class scientists with gag orders, personal smear campaigns and even destruction of data.
A petition has been circulating to stop riders that slipped into the 2013 House Agriculture Appropriations bill. Dubbed the Monsanto riders, they “would require – not just allow, but require – the Secretary of Agriculture to grant a temporary permit for the planting or cultivation of a genetically engineered crop, even if a federal court… Read more »
Last week the Senate passed their version of the 2012 Farm Bill, and the House Agricultural Committee will take up their version of the bill on July 11th. From GE foods to SNAP benefits, the Senate debated many critical issues in our food system. For a quick listing of the important provisions that made it… Read more »