Which supermarket foods are genetically engineered? This is probably the most urgent question the public has about these novel foods. Opinion polls show that up to 90 percent of the American public wants GE foods labeled.
This Cool Foods infographic lets you visualize our three primary carbon sinks: the atmosphere, the oceans and terrestrial life and quantifies how much CO2 has been absorbed by each of them since the Industrial Revolution.
Despite a lack of long-term food safety or environmental studies on the introduction of genetically engineered (GE) fish, the Food and Drug Administration is currently in the process of reviewing the "AquAdvantage" salmon--the first GE ani.
Download our GE fish petition and ask your friends, neighbors, and family to sign it! Or stand outside your local supermarket and collect signatures. Then just send us your signed petitions and we’ll submit them to target companies.
It's no secret that most Americans aren't the exactly the healthiest eaters. Decades of research has shown the connections between poor diet and health. Yet Americans continue to eat all the wrong foods.
Council for Responsible Genetics - GENEWATCH - Volume 22 Issue 1 - Genetically Modified Foods - Jan‐Feb 2009 - WHY GM CROPS WILL NOT FEED THE WORLD - By Bill Freese - - Last spring marked a tipping point for rising global food prices.
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