Cross-Border Deal’s Grave Threats to Canadian Food Security
By Nelle Maxey
Nowhere will Canadians be more personally affected by the Regulatory Cooperation Commission than at their own dinner tables, writes Nelle Maxey in this third installment of a three-part investigation into the wide-ranging environmental and socio-political implications for Canada of the recently signed US-Canada cross border security deal and ancillary agreements. Also see part 1 and part 2.
Posted in Animal ID, Big Pharma, Biotechnology, CorpoGov, Environment, Factory Farms, FDA, Genetically Engineered Food
Tagged Canadian Food Inspection Agency, FDA, food safety, food security, gmo, Regulatory Cooperation Commission, Security and Prosperity Partnership
By Rady Ananda
The first ever lawsuit concerning risks of nanotechnology was filed in federal court last month when several groups jointly sued the US Food and Drug Administration for its lack of response to a 2006 petition demanding that products with nanomaterials be labeled and their effects tested for safety. [Image]