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GMO Labeling

15 reasons to ignore biotech PR and label dangerous GMOs

By Benson: (NaturalNews) Chemical companies and their food conglomerate allies have spent hundreds of millions of dollars over the past several years fighting against your right to know what's in your food. No matter how the industry tries to spin the issue, people have a right to know if they're eating patented genetic material that has never been proven safe, yet mandatory labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) still isn't a reality in the U.S.

FDA refuses to label GMOs despite Americans' overwhelming support for labeling

By Devon: (NaturalNews) A powerful, knowledge-suppressing lobby exists in the US, and it has a stranglehold on the decision making of government officials who oversee food safety. This powerful industry alters the nature of food, patents the changes, profits en masse and then uses their monetary influence and control over the food supply to lobby for secrecy of their science.

Minnesota, Indiana propose new GMO labeling bills

By Devon: (NaturalNews) The population is expected to eat, drink, vaccinate and medicate without knowing what they are putting in their body. There's no transparency or honesty. Food labels right now are a joke, a deceptive facade, because the genetically modified ingredients aren't even listed on the label. That trend is beginning to change, for food labels at least.

Three game-changing bills have been introduced -- two in Minnesota and one in Indiana.

HB. 1196, introduced by Indiana's Representatives Dan Forestal and Robin Shackleford, is summarized below:

Rhode Island lawmakers introduce GMO labeling legislation

By Wilson: (NaturalNews) In January, the state of Rhode Island introduced legislation that would require genetically modified organisms to be labeled, an exciting step in the fight for the Right to Know campaign, a grassroots movement dedicated to obtaining the basic right of knowing what's in our food.

Rhode Island's proposed legislation is particularly crucial to the overall end goal of the campaign for GMO-labeling due to similar legislation moving forward in nearby states.

Monsanto playing dirty in elections

By Barker: (NaturalNews) Proponents of a measure to require labeling of GMO foods in Oregon were forced to concede defeat -- at least for now -- after a hand recount of the ballots failed to change the outcome of a campaign marred by dirty tricks and outspending on the part of Monsanto and other agribusiness interests.

Monsanto playing dirty in elections

By Barker: (NaturalNews) Proponents of a measure to require labeling of GMO foods in Oregon were forced to concede defeat -- at least for now -- after a hand recount of the ballots failed to change the outcome of a campaign marred by dirty tricks and outspending on the part of Monsanto and other agribusiness interests.

GMO-labeling movement needs YOU to stop Congress from passing the Deny Americans the Right to Know Act

By Heyes:(NaturalNews) An effort is underway in Congress to preempt states who want to require foods to carry labels describing any genetically modified ingredients via legislation, but pro-GMO-labeling groups are attempting to rally the general public to oppose the measure.

Too close to call: Oregon's GMO-labeling initiative gets automatic recount



By Wilson:(NaturalNews) Just as we predicted, the mainstream media announced Oregon's GMO-labeling initiative as defeated prior to counting all the votes, a suspicious move considering the measure was trailing just 49 to 51 percent on the evening of voting day.

Measure 92, an initiative that would require genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to be labeled, excluding alcohol or restaurant-prepared food, would go into effect January 2016 if passed.

Too close to call: Oregon's GMO-labeling initiative gets automatic recount



By Wilson:(NaturalNews) Just as we predicted, the mainstream media announced Oregon's GMO-labeling initiative as defeated prior to counting all the votes, a suspicious move considering the measure was trailing just 49 to 51 percent on the evening of voting day.

Measure 92, an initiative that would require genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to be labeled, excluding alcohol or restaurant-prepared food, would go into effect January 2016 if passed.

Kellogg reaches settlement for misleading food labeling claims involving Kashi and Bear Naked brands


After years of backlash from health-minded consumers duped by false statements such as "Nothing artificial" and "100% natural" on Kashi and Bear Naked product labeling, Kellogg has finally reached a settlement.