Are genetically modified organisms (GMOs) a threat to organic agriculture? Are they dangerous when consumed? Do they lead to higher use of chemical herbicides and pesticides? And why aren’t GMOs labeled so we know which foods are made with them? We find and discuss the latest news on this critical issue.
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Some of those organic food companies we all love (sorry) and trust (maybe) have joined with the anti-Prop 37 forces to defeat the initiative.
Monsanto has developed a so-called drought-tolerant corn.
The problems associated with GMOs are far more complicated than just avoiding their purchase.
Okanagan Specialty Fruits has developed a genetically modified apple -- known as the "Arctic Apple" -- that does not brown.
What could be more ironic than hiding the identities of the companies who are fighting a right-to-know initiative?
If you're worried that Mickey's pro-GMO stance might brainwash kids in the way that cartoon characters selling sugary breakfast cereals does, read on.
The GMO products issue is gaining attention worldwide, a fact that can only help the cause against them.
When Monsanto purchased Seminis, an international seed giant, they took control of 40% of the U.S. vegetable seed market.
Those hoping for a ban on GMO crops know that the issue will only be resolved through a series of incremental steps.