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Thursday, December 13, 2018

Monsanto loses millions of dollars after Indian farmers switch to indigenous seeds

Monsanto claims that the genetically modified cotton seeds they sell are superior. So why are so many people trying to switch?
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VIDEO: Hillary Clinton Talks About Her Plan to Get People to Accept GMOs

Watch Hillary Clinton explain at a Biotech convention her plan to change the narrative of how GMOs are promoted to the public in order to get their support.

Brazil becomes the newest country to refuse GMO imports from the United States

As of 2015 there were 38 countries that had banned GM crops.

Brazilian school districts make historic switch to 100 percent plant-based meals

With the mission of reducing the cities' environmental footprint (especially water consumption), Brazil's goal is to aid local produce farmers and foster humane and healthy eating habits for students.

WikiLeaks: Alcohol Industry Bribed Congress To Denounce Cannabis

Newly leaked information reveals that officials in some of the top alcohol companies in America spent money on persuading members of Congress to pay attention to the alleged problem of “marijuana-impaired driving."

Meat industry, Tyson foods linked to largest toxic dead zone in US history

“Americans should not have to choose between producing food and having healthy clean water.”

Nestle, Pepsi Fined for Concealing GMOs as Campbell Soup Announces Voluntary Label

Six major food manufacturers have recently received fines for concealing the presence of GMOs in their products.

These 13 Democrats joined with the GOP to defeat Bernie Sanders’ efforts to lower...

There is something seriously iffy about the Democrats that voted “nay.”

Bernie Sanders’ Tweet Causes Big Pharma Company’s Stock to Plummet

Ariad Pharmaceuticals' stock dropped $387 million in just one day.

New infographic shows how only 10 companies control every brand we know

Regardless of what the companies claim, the Big 10 do have the power and resources to address hunger and poverty within their supply chains.