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Monsanto, You Can Run but You Can’t Hide

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  • The U.S. Department of Justice has approved the merger of Monsanto and Bayer, which means just three companies now dominate the global seed and pesticide market
  • Consolidation promotes lower-quality products as there’s less incentive for innovation when there’s less competition. Less competition also typically results in price increases. Both are expected to occur as a result of this merger
  • The first week of June marked the end of the Monsanto name, but that doesn’t mean the company, its products and everything associated with either, are going away — its name has simply changed to Bayer
  • As the world’s now largest seed and pesticide company, Bayer will have a direct impact on a majority of farmers in the U.S., EU and Great Britain
  • Organic Consumers Association needs your financial support to step up the campaign against Bayer through public education, litigation, and funding of U.S. Right to Know and the Ramazzini Institute global study on the hazards of glyphosate. Please donate today

By Dr. Mercola

Last May 29, 2018, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) approved (with conditions) the merger of Monsanto and Bayer. The decision came on the heels of the European Union's (EU) approval in March. Bayer's takeover of Monsanto — the largest all-cash buyout on record — means just three companies now dominate the global seed and pesticide market.

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