.By Meryl Williamson
What if what we have been taught was clean and pure is actually filthy and even implicated in an on-going epidemic? What if what we have been taught was dangerous to our health may actually be crucial for it?
We have been taught to believe that pasteurized milk is free of bacteria and thus safe. That turns out to be dangerously untrue. Continue reading
Posted in Big Pharma, Biotechnology, CAFOs, CorpoGov, Environment, Food Criminalization, Food Legislation, Genetically Engineered Food, Health Foods, pollution, Scientific Studies, Sustainable Practices
Tagged biotech, captive agency, crohns disease pastuerized milk, e coli, Factory Farms, fda thugs, food control, food freedom, food safety, Johnes disease, MAP, Mycobacterium paratuberculosis, S. 510, safe food, salmonella
By Byron Richards, CCN
In the 2010 growing season Monsanto plans to unleash its latest Frankenfood experiment on the American and Canadian public, a new version of genetically mutated corn with eight abnormal gene traits called Genuity SmartStax corn. It is the culmination of an astonishing scandal that has been steadily building over the past decade. During this time Monsanto’s mutated seeds have grown to 90% of the U.S. soy crop and 85% of the corn crop – and wheat is next on their agenda.
Their efforts have been marked by corporate bullying and have drawn the attention of the Justice Department who is conducting an antitrust investigation. All the while they have been spending millions on lobbying to fast track their agenda before the American public even realizes what hit them.
Posted in Biotechnology, CorpoGov, Environment, Factory Farms, FDA, Food Legislation, Food News, Genetically Engineered Food, Land Rights, Monopolies, organic, pollution, Scientific Studies, Sustainable Practices, USDA
Tagged captive agency, CorpoGov, corporate dysfunction, FDA, food, food safety, frankenfood, genetic motification, Genetically Engineered Foods, gmo, monsanto, USDA