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Monsanto Loses GMO Labeling Battle in Vermont - newsletter from Organic Consumers   - 11 Hours ago
ESSAY OF THE WEEK Earth Day is coming up  next Tuesday . This year, Mother Earth has at least one thing to celebrate—the beginning of the end of Monsanto’s evil empire. Yesterday,  Vermont passed
  
    



GMO and proud of it   - 11 Hours ago
Vicky Boyd, Staff Writer In this era where shippers and processors are taking extra steps to ensure consumers know their products are free of genetically modified organisms, Hawaiian papaya growers are
  
    




GMA Calls VT GMO Labeling Law “Step in the Wrong Direction”   - 20 Hours ago
The Grocery Manufacturers Association has issued the following statement in response to the movement of HB 112, a bill that would require mandatory labeling of foods containing genetically modified ingredients,
  
    



Is Monsanto Company Wrong About Pest Resistance?   - 22 Hours ago
Are storm clouds brewing on the horizon for corn farmers? Source: Ben Collins/Flickr. There's a growing concern in the agricultural industry that pits concerned individuals against Monsanto (NYSE: MON
  
    



France's Parliment Passes Law Prohibiting Cultivation Of GMO Corn   - 4/18/2014
Ag Professional reports: France's lower house of parliament adopted a law on Tuesday prohibiting the cultivation of any variety of genetically modified corn, saying it posed a risk to the environment.
  
    



Brief Report: Loss of p15Ink4b Accelerates Development of Myeloid Neoplasms in Nup98-HoxD13   - 4/18/2014
Abstract Homeostasis of hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells is a tightly regulated process. The disturbance of the balance in the hematopoietic progenitor pool can result in favorable conditions
  
    


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Vermont GMO Bill Step in Wrong Direction, Says GMA   - 4/18/2014
WASHINGTON -- The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) issued a statement opposed to the movement of HB 112, a bill that would require mandatory labeling of foods containing genetically modified ingredients,
  
    



GM plants trial given go-ahead   - 4/17/2014
Hertfordshire scientists will be allowed to grow a genetically modified crop containing omega-3 fatty acids, the government has said. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has
  
    



Monsanto and Big Food Losing the GMO and Natural Food Fight   - 17 Hours ago
Natural News Friday 18th April, 2014 (NaturalNews) After 20 years of battling Monsanto and corporate agribusiness, food and farm activists in Vermont, backed by a growing Movement across the country,
  
    


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GM crops given green light by government   - 18 Hours ago
Source – The Telegraph (UK) By Sarah Knapton Date – 16 Apr 2014 Website - www.telegraph.co.uk Genetically modified crops grown to contain health boosting omega-3 fish oil have been given the
  
    



Vermont’s GMO Labeling Bill Similar to rBST of Old   - 18 Hours ago
Vermont is again poised to be the one who steps out on labeling requirements. In 1995 it mandated the labeling of any dairy products containing milk from cows treated with rBST (recombinant bovine
  
    



GMA claims Vermont's GMO labeling bill is bad for consumers   - 19 Hours ago
Consumers will not be helped by a "50-state patchwork" of mandates about labeling products that contain genetically modified ingredients, the Grocery Manufacturers Association says. In response to
  
    


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EU deal on GM pollen narrowly approved by Parliament   - 19 Hours ago
Pollen will be classed as a 'natural constituent' of honey in the European Union rather than an ingredient, under a deal -- narrowly approved by EU lawmakers this week -- which will avoid potentially
  
    



Vermont GMO Labeling Bill a Step in the Wrong Direction for Consumers   - 21 Hours ago
A Federal Labeling Solution Would Eliminate Consumer Confusion and Advance Food Safety WASHINGTON, DC – Today the Grocery Manufacturers Association issued the following statement in response to the
  
    



Monsanto loses as Vermont passes mandatory GMO food-labeling law   - 21 Hours ago
Monsanto and other companies making food with genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are in the habit of winning, of having states and entire countries not require mandatory labeling of GMOs. But not
  
    



Stupid French Farmers protest ban on GM corn (a rare wise decision by a government)   - 23 Hours ago
French farmers and seed firms have vowed to fight a ban on genetically modified corn at the country's top administrative court. They said they will take their case to the country's highest administrative
  
    



French parliament bans cultivation of GM corn   - 4/18/2014
France's lower house of parliament adopted a law on Tuesday prohibiting the cultivation of any variety of genetically modified corn, saying it posed a risk to the environment. France adopted a decree
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Editorial: Label GMO foods so consumers can choose   - 4/18/2014
Questions? +1 202-657-5157 100,392 live feeds · 22,266 readers Send a FREE press release Get Started Today's edition is brought to you by EIN Presswire - a service dedicated to helping
  
    



Samia Nkrumah calls for a ban on GM foods   - 4/18/2014
Source: Ghana | GNA Date: 18-04-2014 Time: 08:04:22:am Samia Yaaba Nkrumah, Chairperson, Convention People’s Party (CPP), has expressed reservation over attempts to introduce Genetically Modified
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Vermont Senate Approves GMO Labeling Bill, Sends It Back to House for Final Vote   - 4/18/2014
Members of the Vermon t Senate voted 28-2 on Wednesday for a bill that, if the Vermont House of Representatives concurs with the Senate’s changes, would make it the first state in the country to require
  
    



Vermont set to be 1st U.S. state to require mandatory GMO food labels   - 4/16/2014
WASHINGTON, April 16 (Xinhua) -- The Vermont Senate passed a bill Wednesday that could make the northeastern U.S. state the first in the country to require mandatory labeling of foods that contain genetically
  
    



The fight over GMO labeling   - 4/16/2014
04/16/2014 There are more than 60 legislative proposals in over two dozen states that would impose some form of mandatory labeling for genetically modified foods. Celebrity Chef Tom Colicchio discusses
  
    



GMO Poplar Trees Help The Environment - 2014/04/19 - Pt. 6   - 4/17/2014
Genetically engineered poplar trees are easier for the pulp and paper and biofuel industries to work with. Related links Now Playing on CBC Radio Refresh CBC Radio One Listen Live Ottawa change
  
    



British firm gets go-ahead for planting genetically modified omega-3 seeds   - 4/17/2014
Source – The Irish Times By Mark Hennessy Date – 16 Apr 2014 Website – www.irishtimes.com Rothamsted Research in Hertfordshire, headed by Irishman, will start trials, likely to be controversial,
  
    



Farmers fight new France GM corn ban   - 4/17/2014
Source – The Connexion (France) Date – 16 Apr 2014 Website – www.connexionfrance.com French farmers and seed firms have vowed to fight a ban on genetically modified corn at the country’s top
  
    
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