GMO foods haven’t made it to the front page, but they could be putting most of us at risk. If you listen to political talk-radio, you may have been puzzled by recent ads about seeds. Why would anyone be concerned about access to seeds? Because approximately 82 percent of the global seed supply is patented and owned by a handful of big corporations.
Here are just a few of the places where the Alliance for Natural Health USA is mentioned: 2013 WholeFoods Magazine – “Senator Tom Harkin, Industry Champion, to Retire in 2015.” March Nutra-Ingredients – “CRN, NPA: Exactly what problem is New York bill to regulate sports supplements trying to solve?” Mar. 20 Nutra-ingredients – “New law would enable firms […]
Our online action center is easy to use, we have petitions and alerts set up that allow you to contact your Senators and Representatives directly and tell them that you want sustainable health and you value your right to choose. Tell the FDA: Tell the FDA to Stop Trying to Turn Food into Drugs! The FDA […]
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The New York Times reports that Judge Jeffrey S. White of Federal District Court in San Francisco has overturned U.S. approval of Monsanto’s GMO sugar beet sold as “Roundup Ready.” White ruled that the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service violated environmental law by failing to assess whether the beets would eventually share their […]
On February 6, the FDA made history by approving the first drug made with materials from genetically engineered (GE) goats. Last month the Agency issued guidelines covering how it will regulate products from genetically altered animals, despite controversy about this technology. The bottom line is that this stamp of approval comes with little knowledge of […]
The Food and Drug Administration has released proposed guidelines for regulating genetically engineered animals, paving the way for them to enter the food supply. This news has stunned many consumer groups. It is estimated that as many as two dozen applications to sell genetically engineered animals are already pending before the FDA.