Tell supermarkets what you think
- In April 2013, M&S, Sainsbury's, the Co-op, and Tesco decided to allow genetically modified (GM) animal feed into their supply chains
- Only Waitrose still actively excludes GM animal feed from its supply chain
- Sainsbury's will exclude GM feed only from the supply chain for its Taste the Difference range
Vital Link article on hazards of GM foods
- On the health hazards of GM foods published in Vital Link, the journal of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors
- The article leads with the Seralini study, which remains the most thorough and detailed study ever to be carried out on a GM food
- It also reviews additional studies on animals fed on GM foods.
The price of cheap GMO animal feed is human suffering
- Retailers accept GMOs to cut costs, but perpetuate suffering in South America.
- GMO soy is engineered to survive being sprayed with massive amounts of Roundup herbicide.
- The GMO herbicide spray drifts onto people’s homes and schools. It poisons their food crops, livestock and water supplies.
Evidence of GMO harm in pig study
A groundbreaking new study shows that pigs were harmed by the consumption of feed containing genetically modified (GM) crops. [click to continue…]
UK supermarkets and the destructive GMO soya boom in South America
Over the last year the UK’s six largest supermarkets have all quietly dropped their non-GMO feed requirement for poultry and eggs. Tesco, Sainsbury, Marks and Spencer, Morrison, ASDA and the Co-op are now selling chickens fed on genetically modified soya. Few consumers are aware of the change, for the retailers are not labelling their products as containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs). [click to continue…]