A film by Jeffrey M. Smith – Narrated by Lisa Oz A production of the Institute for Responsible Technology Are you and your family on the wrong side of a bet?
You are invited to listen to Jeffrey Smith, Executive Director of the Institute for Responsible Technology, speak about GMOs for FREE ONLINE during the Real Food Summit on July 9th. Register here https://at105.infusionsoft.com/go/real/IRT.… Read More Listen to Jeffrey Smith’s Latest Interview on GMOs!
Courtesy of June Stoyer, The Organic View Radio Show
According to former New York City prosecutor Tara Cook-Littman, “The constitutional argument is absurd, and everyone knows it. As long as Connecticut law makers had a legitimate state interest that was reasonably related to the labeling of products produced from the process of genetic engineering, the GMO labeling bill would be considered constitutional by any court of law.”
Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by special guests Analiese Paik, Tara Cook-Littman co-founders of Right To Know CT. Also joining the conversation will be renowned GMO activist, Jeffrey Smith, Executive Director of the Institute for Responsible Technology.
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http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theorganicview/2012/05/05/why-did-connecticut-cave-with-the-gmo-right-to-know… Read More Why Did Connecticut Cave With The GMO Right To Know? – May 05,2012
Read this inspiring story below to find out what is possible with your financial support. I think it’s a real eye opener for those who think ending GMOs is a long, drawn out, and difficult process.
It took the audience just 11 minutes – 11 minutes to give up food brands they had grown up with and to commit to seek healthier non-GMO food. Of course this group had already been against genetically modified organisms as a concept. This was Greenfest after all; and in San Francisco no less. But when I asked them to honestly rate themselves on a scale of 1-100 how vigilant they had been at avoiding GMOs, the largest number of hands went up for lowest category – 1-20. That’s typical of most US audiences. And so is what happened next…… Read More Inspiring story shows shortcut to end GMOs
There’s been some high voltage opinions darting about the blogosphere about the Non-GMO Project, which is the new third-party verifying organization for companies making Non-GMO claims. I have been watching and working with this organization for many years and I want to weigh in. I have unqualified support of the mission, tactics, and integrity of the organization. In fact, last year we made the requirement that for any product to be listed as non-GMO in our Non-GMO Shopping Guide or iPhone app ShopNoGMO, it had to be enrolled in the Non-GMO Project.
At some other time I’d like to share what I believe to be the pivotal role that the Non-GMO Project plays in coordinating the non-GMO activities of the natural products industry and in giving consumers reliable non-GMO choices. These are, in my opinion, extremely important for driving the tipping point of consumer rejection against GMOs—which is our Institute’s focus.
In this blog, however, I want to address the integrity of the leaders of the Project. It’s an important consideration, as those of us who avoid GMOs trust them to determine the validity of non-GMO claims.… Read More In Praise of the Non-GMO Project
Jeffrey Smith, author of Seeds of Deception, stops by UW Radio to discuss the FDA’s pending approval of genetically modified salmon. Sean and Jeffrey will be addressing the dangers of consuming GMO foods, how GMO foods adversely affect the small farming community, and the many reasons we should all say NO to GMO salmon. Jeffrey’s book… Read More Action Alert: Rise Up Against GE Salmon