The farming sector wasted years trying to compromise with a special-interest group that has no respect for science.
Is there an actual reason – legal or scientific – why we shouldn’t make use of the organic industry’s rules to grow an organic GMO crop?
The time has come to stop organic activists from creating controversy where none exists.
Politicians are writing agreements allowing for the gradual acceptance of GMO foods the world-over.
Where’s their fighting spirit?
Calls for a unified, centralized food policy are dangerous.
Should we trust what people who want a mass die-off say about food production?
The goal of labeling campaigns is to open GMO-contaminated organic crops to legal action.
If enough states enact their own laws, food manufacturers will be forced to package to a national standard.
There is no evidence organic crops are harmed by GMOs.
Why? Because the light’s better