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Boycott Frito-Lay and Pepsi : Roundup and Herbicide

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GMO Corn and Herbicide Found in 100% of Frito-Lay SunChips Samples http://naturalsociety.com/gmo-corn-and-herbicide-found-in-100-of-frito-lay-sunchips-samples/ Tell them to remove the GMOs! by Christina Sarich  Posted on November 30, 2015 Independent labs have found that 100% of the corn tested in Frito-Lay’s Sun Chips, marketed as a ‘better snack food’ which could reduce heart disease, is full of GM Bt toxic pesticide and glyphosate (an herbicide chemical). Don’t let PepsiCo, the owner of Frito-Lay, get away with selling this processed food meant for the garbage bin. GMO Free USA sent samples of SunChips to an independent lab to test for GMO content and glyphosate residue. The results came back leaving no question – GM corn (grown with Bt toxins, a registered pesticide) and glyphosate traces were throughout all samples. No wonder PepsiCo, the owner of Frito-Lay, doesn’t want its customers to know when they are eating GMOs; their ‘food’ is full of the stuff. PepsiCo has been one of the largest monetary contributors to campaigns against GMO labeling. Pepsi contributed over $8.1 million to defeat citizens’ ballot initiatives in California ($2,485,400), Washington ($1,620,899), Colorado ($1,650,000), and Oregon ($2,350,000), and spent an additional $5.06 million on lobbying in 2013 ($2,720,000) and 2014 (first 2 quarters of 2014: $2,340,000). For all of those GM supporters who think the results are biased: “The glyphosate residue test was conducted by an accredited lab using the Specific LC/MS/MS testing method with a minimum detectable level of 0.02 ppm. The test documented the presence of glyphosate in SunChips at a level of…

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Updates on Monsanto Roundup Studies/Protests

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I will try to stay up with news on protests against Monsanto weed killer Round Up which contains Glyphosate. If you have recent news, please leave comment. Over View http://thephaser.com/2015/06/independent-scientists-manifesto-on-glyphosate/ June 18, 2015 Confirmed study on Kidney damage, more from GMO foods http://www.collective-evolution.com/2014/07/15/new-study-links-gmos-to-cancer-liverkidney-damage-severe-hormonal-disruption/ June 14, 2015   France removes Round Up from Plant Nurseries http://phys.org/news/2015-06-france-sale-monsanto-herbicide-roundup.html#jCp   June 5, 2015 Petitions Click here for the Lowe’s glyphosate petition on Change.org. Click here for the Home Depot glyphosate petition on Change.org. Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/049973_Lowes_Home_Depot_glyphosate_petitions.html#ixzz3dCtaO4gU June 2, 2015  Swiss markets remove Round Up http://iquestioneverything.net/224/top-supermarkets-switzerland-removing-round-store/  

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Actions Worldwide to Ban Monsanto ‘Roundup’ Glyphosate : Institute of Science in Society

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This link summarizes the global response triggered by the WHO confirmation of glyphosate as a “probably carcinogen.” Note, Denmark removes the ‘probable.’ http://www.theecologist.org/News/news_analysis/2904602/endgame_for_glyphosate_the_global_fallout_of_whos_probable_carcinogen_classification.html Endgame for glyphosate? The global fallout of WHO’s ‘probable carcinogen’ classification Dr Eva Sirinathsinghji 12th June 2015 WHO’s official recognition of the health damage caused by glyphosate, the world’s most widely used herbicide, is having ramifications around the world, writes Dr Eva Sirinathsinghji. National governments are moving to restrict the chemical, campaigns to ban it are intensifying, and now ‘Roundup Ready’ GMO crops are coming under the regulatory spotlight. The fight against glyphosate is gaining momentum, and where governments are not stepping up to enforce bans, citizens and private companies are taking it upon themselves with major successes. Could it be that the World Health Organisation’s classification of glyphosate as a ‘probable carcinogen’ (see [1] Glyphosate ‘Probably Carcinogenic to Humans’ Latest WHO Assessment, SiS 66) will be the final nail in the coffin for the world’s most popular herbicide and Monsanto’s flagship product. Recent weeks have seen the intensification of campaigns to ban or remove the product as well as lawsuits being filed against Monsanto; in the US for false safety claims of glyphosate, and in China, for hiding toxicity studies from the public. El Salvador has already banned the chemical though yet to be signed into law [2], while the Netherlands last year banned private sales [3]. Sri Lanka had a partial ban in place in regions most afflicted by chronic kidney disease that has been…

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