To the White House, USDA, and US food companies We thoroughly reject the USDA’s fake GMO labeling policy as a blatant attempt to help food companies hide the GMO content from concerned consumers. We demand that the government craft a new policy that provides real transparency. We also demand foo
Two bottles of soybean oil sit on a grocery store shelf. Both contain genetically modified (GM) soybeans from the same crop. One bottle is labelled as a GM product, the other is not. Both are in compliance with the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) new GM food labeling rules (pdf). Confused?
Johnson v. Monsanto resulted in a total verdict of over $78,000,000 against Monsanto and shook the biotech Goliath to its core. Brent Winser is the lead attorney in the case and, fresh off the verdict, our Jeffrey Smith engaged Mr. Wisner in a high-level and (at times) personal conversation. The ser
To celebrate, we’ve compiled a special video montage ( 2 min) representing just SOME of his travels over the years as the leading advocate promoting healthier non-GMO choices around the world. Can you recognize some of the locales featured?
Monsanto’s new herbicide was supposed to save U.S. farmers from financial ruin. Instead, it upended the agriculture industry, pitting neighbor against neighbor in a struggle for survival. Originally published in The New Republic by BOYCE UPHOLT Mike Wallace sat in his pickup truck on a dusty back
This is a big deal from the Grand Cayman Islands! Many of you have been shocked to hear that GM mosquitoes have been released in at least 4 countries, and some are hoping to release them in the US. Designed to reduce the population of the variety that carries dengue and zika, this ticking time [&hel
Originally published in the associated press on NBC news. A California judge on Monday upheld a jury’s verdict that found that Monsanto’s weed killer caused a groundskeeper’s cancer, but she slashed the amount of money to be paid from $289 million to $78 million. In denying Monsan
Originally published on The Daily Mail. The survey of nearly 70,000 French adults comes amid a flurry of interest in the cancer risks of pesticides It is spurred by this summer’s Monsanto trial, which found Roundup gave a man cancer DeWayne Johnson, 46, was awarded $250 million by a jury from