By Rady Ananda
Less than a year after Frito-Lay announced plans to make half their products without “any artificial or synthetic ingredients,” the $13 billion company was sued last week in federal court for fraudulently marketing the snacks that contain genetically modified ingredients.
Somehow, “artificial” and “synthetic” doesn’t include “genetically modified” in Frito’s mind.
Posted in Big Pharma, FDA, USDA, Food & Farming, Genetic Engineering
Tagged biotechnology, corpogov, courts - justice system, fda, food legislation, frito-lay, fritos, Genetically Engineered Food, Health Foods, julie gengo, milberg llp, Monsanto, pepsi, pepsico, Rbgh, Rbst
By Alex Roslin
In a growing shroud of secrecy, governments fail whistleblowers who often lose their careers, their marriages and their health after exposing corruption. Alex Roslin explores Canada and the US, focusing on Dr Shiv Chopra who tried to protect Canadians from dangerous drugs, agricultural practices, and carcinogenic pesticides from entering the food supply.
Posted in 4th Estate, Big Pharma, Bioweaponry, Censorship, Environment, FDA, USDA, Food & Farming, Healthcare, Obama and Company, Resistance
Tagged carcinogens, corpogov, corporate crime, Food Supply, fraud, Pesticides, Rbgh, shiv chopra, stephen harper, Whistleblowers, wikileaks
By Jeffrey M. Smith
Breast Cancer Action and a coalition of consumer and health organizations have launched a campaign called Milking Cancer, where you can demand from Eli Lilly that they withdraw their dangerous bovine growth hormone from the market. For more on bovine growth hormone, see the 18-minute film, “Your Milk on Drugs” (below).
Posted in Big Pharma, Environment, FDA, USDA, Food & Farming, Genetic Engineering, Healthcare, Human Rights Civil Liberties
Tagged American Nurses Association, corporate crime, drug dealers, drug-free milk, eli lilly, fda, food freedom, Food Safety, Food Supply, Genetical Engineering, genetically engineered drugs, health food, health freedom, Healthcare, Milk, Monsanto, Rbgh, Rbst, sebelius