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In this issue...
• PAGE 4: Green America Calls for Labels on GM Foods
• PAGE 5: Keystone XL: The Fight Continues
• PAGE 6: Spring Cleaning with Ed Begley, JR.
• PAGE 8: Use Your Shareholder Power for Good
• PAGE 10: New Break Up With Your Mega-Bank Site Launches
• PAGE 12:From Dirt to Shirt in North Carolina
• PAGE 13: The Case Against "FrankenFood"
• PAGE 14: GMOs and Allergies, Irritable Bowels, and Birth Defects
• PAGE 17: Bitter Seeds: The Human Toll of GMOs
• PAGE 18: The Undying Weeds: Hooked on Pesticides
• PAGE 19: Who Requires Labels?
• PAGE 20: 9 GM Ingredients to Avoid
• PAGE 21: 6 non-GMO Grocery Shopping Tips
• PAGE 21: What's Next for GMOs?
• PAGE 22: DIY Green Cleaners and More
Special Thanks to Green America Business Members for supporting the Green American
Genetically modified foods are bad for our health, the environment, and farmers worldwide. In the US, more than 94 percent of the soy crop, 95 percent of the sugar-beet crop, and 88 percent of the corn crop are genetically modified.
Because of the prevalence of soy, corn, and sugar in processed foods, more than 30,000 GM food products sit on US grocery shelves unlabeled. This issue lays out the case against GMOs, and shows you how to keep them off your plate.
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