Category: Food Freedom

Failure of Monsanto Seed Leads to New Rootworm Insecticide Surge

by Heather Callaghan Are farmers getting disillusioned? In the Midwest states like Minnesota, Nebraska, Illinois and Iowa farmers are baffled by a resurgence of corn rootworm that Monsanto technology promised to protect against. New insight comes from independent farm consultant Dan Steiner whose phone rings off the hook after a storm where farmers face blown…

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US Military and Monsanto Tracking Anti-GMO Websites, Activists and Independent Scientists

By Marco Torres The word is out and the scientific bodies of manipulation can no longer contain the growing resistance against GMO. The more corrupt studies that attempt to find no harm in the consumption of genetically modified foods, the more an increasingly aware public is growing skeptical. The largest German daily newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung…

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3 Signs That Anti-GMO Activism Is Working In Europe

by Alex Pietrowski There are days that Monsanto’s efforts to dominate the food supply by patenting GMO seeds seem so malicious and abhorrent, that any possibility of regular people and family farms regaining control over agriculture and our food source appears insurmountable. Yet, there are days when efforts of activism from regular citizens is turning…

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Video: You Call That A Tomato?

By Reinhard Kirchner  By GreenMedInfo In the 1990s, a bunch of gene jockeys brought the first genetically engineered food to market. The business crashed but biotech science has flourished far beyond the produce aisle. In May 1994, a tomato appeared on supermarket shelves across the country that was unlike anything Americans had eaten before. Grown…

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Farmers’ Market Sues City over ‘Pave or Vacate’ Mandate

By Heather Callaghan A farmers’ market in Mount Jackson, Virginia is causing an uproar by saying, “Yes, we’re suing the town.” This little market bought an unoccupied former business building in Mount Jackson in an effort to improve the town and provide a fun place for all kinds of vendors. The market performs every year…

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Follow the Money: How Does That Apply to GMOs?

by Catherine J. Frompovich Dan Flynn, Editor-in-chief at Food Safety News, wrote something that resonated with me and which I could not help but comment about. In Flynn’s June 6, 2013 article “Oregon’s Isolated Plantings of GM Wheat Has Consequences” [1] the following remarks about how GMO crops negatively affect U.S. farm and agricultural exports…

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