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The Constitutionality Of The Monsanto Protection Act – Audio

Recently on Food Nation Radio Network, we spoke with Professor Virelli from Stetson University about what has become known as the Monsanto Protection Act. Is it constitutional for companies like Monsanto to sidestep the judicial process and plant whatever crops they want to plant? Here’s what Professor Virelli had to …

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Do You Avoid Big Food Organic Companies? – Audio

Last week on Food Nation Radio Network, we spoke with Mark Kastel from the Cornucopia Institute about big food companies and their organic offshoots. The topics we covered ranged from the affordability factor to GMO labeling efforts and more. The graphic below is called Who Owns Organic? and was created by …

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Why Store Brands Cannot Disclose Their Suppliers

This week on Food Nation Radio Network we talked about a site that continues to write stories designed to alarm people about the food supply without using any real investigative techniques, facts or interviews. One non GMO story was particularly irresponsible. Here’s what we had to say about it:

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Why The New York Times Is Wrong About GMO Citrus-Audio

Recently, the New York Times did a story about the Great State of Florida to explain the perspective of one large company who wants our oranges to be genetically modified. In fact, Southern Gardens Citrus thinks it is essential they grow GMO citrus. Here’s how the story was wrong and …

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