Seeds of rebellion: Highly functional, often bland, hybridized and GMO varieties have taken over the commercial market. Monsanto, Dupont, and Syngenta now own over half of the world’s seeds.
This fall, Californians will vote on a question that affects all of us—do we have the right to know what’s in our food? A huge majority of people across the political spectrum are saying yes, we do!
The California Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act, also known as the GMO labeling initiative, will appear on voter ballots as Proposition 37 for the November 6 elections.
In what has been called “a major breakthrough” in GMO detection and monitoring, scientists in the United Kingdom have developed a method they say is far more practical because it’s simpler, quicker, less expensive and much more precise.