Thanks to the indomitable spirit of that people, a ten-year ban on GMOs takes effect this week in Peru! It not only bans GMO crops like Monsanto’s BT-Corn, but also expands on a prior law that required all foods on supermarket shelves that contain GMOs to be labeled.
GMO's -- What's the real story? Are genetically modified organisms safe or dangerous? How do they affect people and the environment? There are tons of misinformation and disinformation out there. I have done a lot of research into GMO's because I believe them to be one of the greatest risks to the Earth and humanity's future.
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But Eric Darier, who heads the anti-GMO (genetically modified organisms) campaign for Greenpeace Canada, says such standards aren't effective. "I challenge your readers to find one label in Canada that mentions whether the food contains GE ingredients," Darier told CTV.ca in an interview. "Voluntary labelling doesn't work."
As the world’s first genetically modified (GMO) apple, the nonbrowning Arctic® apple, prepares to hit shelves in select U.S. stores in the coming weeks, Produce Report caught up with Neal Carter, president and founder of Okanagan Specialty Fruits, Inc. (OSF) and innovator behind the Arctic® apple, at PMA Fresh Summit 2017 in New Orleans to discover the research, regulatory, and commercial ...
GMO; Labeling. $51 Million: That’s How Much Big Food Spent So Far This Year to Defeat GMO Labeling Cole Mellino, News Report--Big Foods has done all they can to support the Deny Americans the Right to Know Act, also known as the DARK Act. And most of it comes in monetary value spending more than $51 million to defeat GMO labeling.
This is what air pollution does to potatos in ONE growing season. The left are potatos grown in filtered, clean air. The center in ambient air (in Spain) and the right, extra added ozone. Can you imagine what happens to the roots of trees and other longer-lived plants that are exposed to cumulative damage, year after year? Right.
What I am worried about is the what effect it will have that companies have patents on our food. Anyone who has studied economics 101 knows that companies who can control the marked will do so in order to maximize their profits, not because they are evil companies but because that's how economics works.
Potato grading for Idaho potatoes is performed in which No. 1 potatoes are the highest quality and No. 2 are rated as lower in quality due to their appearance (e.g. blemishes or bruises, pointy ends). Potato density assessment can be performed by floating them in brines.
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