By Ronnie Cummins
Organic Consumers Association
Take Action! Ask Whole Foods to Support GMO Labeling!
On Jan. 31, organic and natural foods giant Whole Foods Market (WFM) once again attacked the Organic Consumers Association, the nation’s leading watchdog on organic standards, as being too “hard-line” for insisting that retailers like WFM stop selling, or at least start labeling, billions of dollars worth of so-called “natural” foods in their stores – foods that are laced with unlabeled, hazardous genetically engineered (GE) ingredients.
On January 31st, family farmers from across the county will take part in the first phase of the OSGATA et al. v. Monsanto court case filed to protect farmers from genetic trespass by Monsanto’s genetically modified (GMO) seed, which can contaminate organic and non-GMO farmers’ crops and open them up to abusive lawsuits.
Meet at Foley Square in Manhattan at 9 am on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012. [Image]
Posted in Courts - Justice System, Biotechnology
Tagged Genetically Engineered Food, FDA, USDA, monsanto, genetic engineering, Environment, organic, Monopolies, biotechnology, genetic contamination, bayer, basf, dupont, syngenta, CorpoGov, pollution, Bioweaponry, Food & Farming, seed monopoly, Dow, Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association, pharma crops, public patent foundation, pubpat, OSGATA, occupy monsanto