Tag Archives: gmo

Monsanto funding a free ‘reporter boot camp’ for food writers

Monsanto poison is killing you

Biotech company Monsanto is helping fund a “reporter boot camp” that will be hosted by the National Press Foundation, featuring an all-expense-paid journalism conference called “Food, From Farm to Table.” The event includes a visit to an organic farm and Monsanto’s research lab. Twenty journalists will be selected as National Press Foundation ...

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Chipotle to stop serving GMO food

Food Babe

The big news about Chipotle is that they have removed GMO foods from their menu reports USA Today Monday. Chiptle has become the first national restaurant chain to use only non-GMO ingredients. Co-CEO Steve Ells said the Denver-based chain has hit the goal not only at Chipotle Mexican Grills but also at the company’s ShopHouse Southeast ...

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Neil Young to release new album ‘The Monsanto Years’

Neil Young The Monsanto Years

Legendary music icon Neil Young will be taking a stand against Monsanto in his latest album release, The Monsanto Years. In a move that highlights just how far awareness on the issue of Monsanto’s toxic creations has come, Young will be working with the Willie Nelson sons in highlighting Monsanto’s activities ...

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Oprah Winfrey running Monsanto ads in her magazine

Oprah

Once a promoter of food sovereignty for the Hawaiian Islands, Oprah Winfrey has stooped to new levels of infamy. In her best-selling, worldwide magazine, O, she is running Monsanto advertisements that promote biotech and Big Ag farming practices. Did Oprah do this accidentally due to the massive size of her empire ...

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6 GMO loaded brands you should avoid buying

Shopping aisle

Ever wonder which companies you should totally avoid, whether it’s because they create low-quality food or because they infringe on our food rights? Below you will see 6 huge players in the food industry to avoid and boycott. You can boycott their products for the best effect or you can ...

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37 million bees die due to pesticides used on GMO crop

Bees

The makers of neonicotinoids, the bee-killing insecticide that was banned all over Europe, won’t be able to refute this latest phenomenon. Millions of bees were found dead after GMO corn was planted in Ontario, Canada. This isn’t new news, but it should be known news. The keeper of these bees, Dave ...

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Monsanto reports $156m loss as farmers abandon GM crops

Monsanto

Are you invested in Monsanto stock like Bill Gates, who owns hundreds of thousand of Monsanto shares worth about $23 million? It might be time to pull out since the company just reported over $156 million in losses for the fourth quarter. “For the quarter ended Aug. 31, Monsanto reported a loss of $156 million, or ...

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Monsanto has sued farmers for 16 years, never lost a case

Monsanto GMO

Where is the justice? Since 1997, Monsanto has filed 145 lawsuits, or on average about 9 lawsuits every year for 16 straight years, against farmers who have “improperly reused their patented seeds.” The biotech giant hasn’t lost a single case, either. Not one. This includes when farmers tried to sue Monsanto over cross-pollination of their organic crops with GMO ...

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Ice Bucket Challenge: causes of ALS already known

Ice Bucket Challenge ALS

Let’s stop pretending like pouring ice on ourselves means anything until we can acknowledge the research that some of the causes and cures for ALS already exist — none of them involving pharmaceutical intervention. The ALS Association’s ‘Ice Bucket Challenge,’ as of the writing of this article, has grossed over 41 ...

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Researcher destroys Neil deGrasse Tyson’s GMO argument

Neil deGrasse Tyson

Neil deGrasse Tyson became one of the most popular figures in recent American scientific history in large part because of the way he spoke so eloquently, and concisely, about complex topics in the realms of science and astrophysics. His TV special “COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey’ became a landmark program, somehow ...

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