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Opting for This "Cheaper Food" Could Make You Age Faster

Opting for This "Cheaper Food" Could Make You Age Faster

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  • The California Right to Know Campaign has delivered 1 million signed petitions from registered voters across the state of California to county officials, to place Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act on the Ballot for November 6
  • Organizations funded by the biotech industry and multi-national food corporations that are currently misleading consumers by promoting their products as "natural" when they in fact contain genetically engineered ingredients. <br><br> These organizations are aggressively putting out propaganda aimed at dissuading you from supporting the Right to Know Act; falsely warning consumers that labeling genetically engineered foods will result in significantly higher food prices, and may open farmers and small businesses up to lawsuits
  • According to two research studies, labeling of genetically engineered foods would likely result in a price increase of 0.01 percent, with a maximum of 1.8 percent. However, this must be weighed against current swindling resulting from lack of labeling. <br><br>Food processors market so-called "natural" products at a premium that rivals what you pay for organic foods—even though they contain unlabeled genetically engineered ingredients! The money these companies swindle from you by tricking you into paying top-dollar for genetically engineered foods posing as "natural" dwarfs the 0.01% of food costs attributable to truthful labeling

By Dr. Mercola

Twenty years ago today, former Monsanto lawyer and present FDA deputy commissioner Michael Taylor declared genetically engineered foods "substantially equivalent" and declared they would not need to be labeled for consumers.

Today is also the last day of the Money Bomb Against Monsanto Campaign, which launched on May 1. Earlier this month, volunteers and staff from the California Right to Know Campaign submitted nearly 1 million signed petitions from registered voters across the state of California to county officials, to place Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act on the Ballot for November 6.


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