Obama to Approve GMO Salmon – What’s Next on Your Plate?

Consider the facts: In the span of the past 12 months, voters in two states (California and Washington) will have gone to the polls to win something so basic as the right to know what’s in their food.

During this time, the world’s largest chemical pesticide companies and giant food corporations have spent a combined total of $68 million dollars to hide the fact that 75% of the processed food in the U.S. has been genetically engineered in a laboratory and these companies make a huge profit by keeping Americans in the dark.

Monsanto, Pepsi, Coke, Kraft, Kellogg’s and General Mills already label their products in 64 other countries around the world!

After spending $46 million to defeat Prop 37 in California, these same companies are now spending $22 million to kill labeling in Washington.

What are they trying to hide from the American public?

THINK LABELS DON’T MATTER? Did you know that AquaBounty’s GMO salmon may be approved soon?

If you have any question over whether genetically engineered foods should be labeled, consider the fact that in the coming months the Obama administration is poised to approve genetically engineered salmon. And once approved, the world’s first GMO animal could appear on your plates without you knowing it.

gmo trout

Would you eat this GMO rainbow trout?

After genetically engineered salmon, what’s next?

From ABC News:


2 thoughts on “Obama to Approve GMO Salmon – What’s Next on Your Plate?

  1. Pingback: What does a Company like Monsanto and say, Haliburton have to hide by not allowing us to see what is their privately owned product(s)? | Sunset Daily

  2. Pingback: Monsanto $22 Mil Propaganda Defeats Monumental GMO Labeling Bill | 3rdeyeviZion

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