These 11 Companies Control Everything You Buy

Is freedom of choice an illusion? The rapid rise of variation in everyday goods and services, from which cereal we eat in the morning to which toothpaste we brush our teeth with at night, gives the perception of unlimited choice. For example, if you’re deciding which bottled water to buy, the possibilities range from budget…

Food Freedom Bills Are Spreading Across The U.S.

Consumers are increasingly realizing the benefits of natural foods, and it appears their voices are finally being heard as new legislation has been proposed in California and Montana that will make it easier for local small food entrepreneurs. A new law in Montana would allow homemade food to be sold and consumed and encourage the…

Single Mother in California Facing Imprisonment Over Private Transaction on Facebook Food Group

(NaturalNews) A single Californian mom with six children is facing a possible jail sentence for selling homemade food on a Facebook community food group.Several years ago, Stockton resident Mariza Ruelas joined a Facebook food and recipe trading group called 209 Food Spot. There, Ruelas and other cooking enthusiasts would trade recipes, organize pot luck dinners, and sometimes…

Senate set to vote on DARK Act TODAY, bill would criminalize any and all claims that say non-GMO food is safer

(NaturalNews) A piece of legislation that would prohibit states from enacting GMO-labeling laws, as well as make it difficult for companies wishing to voluntarily label GMOs, is expected to hit the Senate floor for a vote today. The Senate vote has been dreaded by the Right to Know movement ever since it passed the House of Representatives 275–150 in mid-July.

The DARK Act is BACK: Defend your human right to know what you’re eating!

 

As citizens become more aware of what genetically engineered food can do to their health and that of their children, major corporations like Monsanto are starting to lose their grip on a market that was once sold on these laboratory-developed products. Last year, the Dark Act sought to ensure that nobody would know which items are GMO and which are organic. It wasn’t approved by Congress then, but now it’s back.