The Nazi-created Bayer company -- whose former chairperson Fritz ter Meer served a prison sentence for committing crimes against humanity -- wants to buy Monsanto for $42 billion, reports Bloomberg (link below).
David Gutierrez, May 11 2016
Scientists from Harvard, in partnership with Monsanto, claim to have discovered a chemical engineering fix to solve the ongoing agricultural problem of insects evolving resistance to the Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) toxin produced by many genetically modified (GM) crops.
FT Breaking News, May 12, 2016
Bayer, Germany’s massive chemical and drugs company, is exploring a more than $40bn bid to buy US agribusiness Monsanto,
With the debate continuing to swirl around genetically modified foods (GMO’s), consumers and shoppers are left confused about shopping for food and how to best feed their families.
health freedom alliance, 7 May 2016
Monsanto is an agriculture company that is well known for creating pesticides such as Roundup. These pesticides are bad for the environment and believed to be bad for health as well.
health freedom alliance, 29 April 2016
Monsanto has been the topic of a lot of news lately, especially with the multi-country march that took place against Monsanto a short time ago.
Isabelle Z, April 28 2016
The recent news that a number of non-GMO foods were found to be saturated with glyphosate weedkiller caught many people by surprise and left a lot of us wondering exactly how this could happen.
health freedom alliance, 23 March 2016
Portland, Ore., is suing Monsanto over contaminating the city’s waterways with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), a highly toxic group of chemicals that endangers human health and the environment.
Mike Adams, March 15 2016
U.S. presidential candidate and Texas senator Ted Cruz went all-in for Monsanto on the campaign trail in Iowa, parroting Monsanto's propaganda by proclaiming that GMOs are feeding the world while insulting health-conscious consumers by equating support of GMO labeling with "anti-science zealotry."
Natural News Editor, March 15 2016
The year 2015 hasn't been kind to Monsanto. In March, the World Health Organization declared that the company's flagship product, its herbicide glyphosate or Roundup, is a probable human carcinogen.