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Food Industry

Taxpayer-subsidized corn industry spread blatant disinformation, falsely claiming GMO labeling would raise food prices

Jennifer Lea Reynolds, March 6 2016
Enough already, anti-GMO-labeling people. Really.

New Grocery Store – WeFood – Sells Food Other Stores Would’ve Trashed, Shelves Empty Daily

Clarice Palmer, March 5, 2016
In order to celebrate man’s most valuable freedom — the freedom to choose — Danish volunteers are now giving grocery shoppers the option of purchasing items seen as “unloved” by other major supermarkets in the nation.

Top 10 reasons GMOs should be labeled

By Wilson: (NaturalNews) We all know that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have not been proven safe based on the fact that there are no long-term studies on the health affects of GMOs or their associated pesticides. However, many skeptics insist that, because there are few studies showing harm from GMOs and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved them, they're safe to eat.

Top 10 deceptive food marketing ploys that make you sick

Oh, the tricky world of food. Millions of people spin in circles like chickens with their heads cut off, blindly shopping for things to put in their mouths and on their skin, like nothing matters. Then you have the other millions of people who think that they know what they're doing, because they saw commercials on TV or read articles in fad magazines, but they are getting fooled across the board too.

Health and fitness expert Paul Chek deconstructs humanity's battle with the toxic food industry in eye-opening video lecture

Paul Chek is one of the most brilliant and well-informed experts on advanced fitness and nutrition topics alive today. His work, showcased at has helped millions. Now, Chek tackles the reality that the global food supply is deliberately engineered to promote death and disease rather than nourishment. Click here to watch the video on YouTube now.

The food industry and government policies making Americans fat

The Real Food Channel, August 2012

The food industry and government policies making Americans fat

The story of American agriculture is one of "unintended consequences."

The food industry and agricultural subsidies have led us down a path of obesity.