[TAKE ACTION] Tell major grocery store CEOs: Refuse GMO apples

Millions of apples are packed into our children’s lunches every day by parents happy to provide a treat they know is healthy and delicious. But now, for the first time, the USDA could let a safe, popular fruit be replaced by a poorly tested and potentially toxic product from a weird science experiment. Genetically modified … Continue reading

Tell the USDA to Keep Agent Orange Soy Off Your Plate!

The first generation of biotech crops has failed. And failed badly. Now the biotech industry is stepping up the chemical arms race in an effort to make up for the failure of Monsanto’s Roundup. Excessive use of Roundup by GMO farmers has led million of acres of U.S. farmland filled with Roundup resistant superweeds. To … Continue reading

Supporting Accelerated Drug Approvals Through TREAT and FAST ~ Take Action Now!

    Proposed legislation has been introduced recently in the Senate and House of Representatives to modernize and expand the Accelerated Approval pathway of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The bills are Transforming the Regulatory Environment to Accelerate Access to Treatments (TREAT) in the Senate and Faster Access to Specialized Treatments (FAST) in the … Continue reading

Don’t Let the Biotech Industry Sneak This Pro-GMO Rider In to FY 2013 Agriculture Appropriations Bill! Take Action Now

Congress is considering a sneaky, pro-GMO rider to a funding bill, and it may become law without anyone realizing it—unless you take action NOW! The biotech industry has managed to insert a dangerous rider in support of genetically engineered crops into the FY 2013 Agriculture Appropriations bill. It is scheduled to be heard by the House Appropriations Committee, … Continue reading

Dow Chemical wants to spray our food with WHAT? Take Action Now

The herbicide, 2,4-D, is linked to cancer, reproductive problems, and Parkinson’s and is banned entirely in parts of Canada and Europe. And yet the USDA seems ready to approve the new GMO Corn and Soybeans, unleashing a major increase in the use of 2,4-D.1 Now, the EPA is considering stepping in to stop or restrict … Continue reading