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While people with common sense have already figured out that GMOs aren't natural, the FDA has officially decided not to weigh in on the issue: http://www.foodnavigator-usa.com/Regulation/FDA-respectfully-declines-judges-plea-for-it-to-determine-if-GMOs-belong-in-all-natural-products?

Want non-GMO Cheerios?Just fly to Europe! Learn more: http://gmoinside.org/want-non-gmo-cheerios-just-fly-europe

More great news coming in from Mexico! #banGMOs #gmos #healthyfoods #Mexico #honeycolony

Indeed, think again and learn more here: http://www.cornucopia.org/2014/08/dont-think-youre-eating-gmos-think #food #GMOs #LabelGMOs The Cornucopia Institute

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Food labeling: what you should know about GMOs and MSG

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Mexican small farmers stand against Monsanto's GMO corn conquest. Monsanto has a map for conquering the world & Mexico is in the center of it. Read here! http://www.voxxi.com/mexican-against-monsantos-gm-corn/#ixzz2LGnor9hv

Craft Restaurants founder Tom Colicchio, known also for his work as the head judge on Bravo’s hit competition show Top Chef, discusses what it means to be a food activist.

"Mayans Win Legal Battle to Ban GM Soya in Mexico’s Campeche Region" via Sustainable Pulse http://sustainablepulse.com/2014/03/13/mayans-win-legal-battle-ban-gm-soya-cutivation-mexicos-campeche-region/#.Uyklmc6POMF

Scotts Company is going forward with plans to commercialize GMO Kentucky bluegrass. More here: http://www.cornucopia.org/2014/02/hole-regulation-gmos-kudzu-fit #GMOs The Cornucopia Institute

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Mexican Judge Pulls Monsanto's GMO Soybeans Permit

Mexico pulls Monsantos permit for gmo soybean crops to protect honeybees and honey production. Yay! Mexico!!! Come on USA, will be be dead last in realizing the danger?

In Mexico, thousand of campesinos marched in the capital Thursday to protest the planting of genetically modified corn by U.S. corporations. Read more here: http://www.democracynow.org/2013/2/1/headlines/mexico_thousands_protest_bid_by_us_firms_to_plant_gmo_corn

The Mayan communities stated that the planting of GM Soybeans affected the traditional historical practices of the people (beekeeping) and that there was a violation of their right to a healthy environment through the overuse of herbicides and deforestation that GMOs encourage. Www.palmettosupreme.com