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How Monsanto Is Terrifying the Farming Worldnew

When you're good at something, you want to leverage that. Monsanto's specialty is killing stuff.
Miami New Times  |  Chris Parker  |  07-25-2013  |  Features

Big Organic Joins Monsanto in Fighting Calif. Prop 37new

Large corporations that own organic food brands are also bankrolling the fight against the GMO labeling initiative.
East Bay Express  |  Corey Hill  |  09-13-2012  |  Environment

Monsanto's Point of No Returnnew

Is it too late to save our food supply from a business model gone mad? While many worry over Monsanto's use of genetically modified seeds, the food supply giant has very rapidly gained control of the seed market. It's becoming difficult or impossible to find seed of any kind that isn't sold by Monsanto.
Boulder Weekly  |  Joel Dyer  |  08-31-2012  |  Business & Labor

Placenta Shampoos, BPA, and Monsanto's Genetic Empirenew

We are experimental people. By that, I don't mean we like to tinker. Though tinker we certainly do.
San Antonio Current  |  Greg Harman  |  02-29-2012  |  Environment

E Tu, Beet Rootnew

By deregulating genetically modified sugar beets and alfalfa, USDA has tipped its hand on where it stands on GM foods.
Weekly Alibi  |  Ari LeVaux  |  02-24-2011  |  Food+Drink

Will Monsanto's Sweet 'EverMild' Tearless Onion Whet a Discriminating Palate?new

St. Louis-based Monsanto has a plan to make sweet-onion farmers weep. The seed company last week unveiled a tearless onion that it's dubbed the "EverMild," modeled after the famous Vidalia sweet onion from Georgia.
Riverfront Times  |  Kristen Hinman  |  02-19-2010  |  Food+Drink

Touring Monsanto's Secret GMO Farmnew

Monsanto is one of the world's most powerful producers of Genetically Modified foods. At a tour of one of its Hawaii seed farms, friendly company officials and scientists offer rhetoric that doesn't come close to matching reality.
Maui Time  |  Anthony Pignataro  |  06-24-2005  |  Science

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