Action against GMOs in our food

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Tell supermarkets what you think

Tell supermarkets what you think

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Worldwide GMO protest map

Worldwide GMO protest map

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GM-Free Wiki

GM-Free Wiki

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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.

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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.

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Sign non-GMO petition

Tell our supermarkets to use non-GMO feed for their eggs, poultry, pork, beef and milk

Glyphosate spray pictures

These are shocking pictures. Press this link at your own risk.

Glyphosate spray interviews

Interviews with people affected by glyphosate spraying on GM soy