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BREAKING NEWS! GALLUP POLL: NEARLY HALF OF ALL AMERICANS OPT FOR ORGANIC FOOD.

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For the first time ever the Gallup organization polled Americans about their preference for organic food and the results show strong interest across the demographic spectrum to include organic food in our everyday diets. Commitment to organic food was strongest among younger Americans, those living in the West and those in small or large cities. "Organic agriculture is monitored and certified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and must adhere to strict regulations to be certified as 'organic.' Organic food is free of man-made additions like antibiotics, and organic farming is supposed to be better for the environment than traditional farming." Jim

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VERMONT FILES BRIEF DEFENDING ITS WILL-OF-THE-PEOPLE LANDMARK GMO LABELING BILL.

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The overarching question in play here is why is Biotech, Industrial Ag and the Junk Food lobby so maniacally opposed to granting the people their right-to-know the truth about their laboratory-engineered food products? Sadly, the only possible answers from the bullies and scoundrels are very bad for the people's interests. "Attorney General Bill Sorrell defended Vermont's new labeling law with a 51-page court filing. He asked the court to throw out a lawsuit seeking to overturn the law filed by the Grocery Manufacturers Association, the National Association of Manufacturers, International Dairy Foods Association and the Snack Foods Association...Vermont's labeling law is slated to take effect in July 2016 pending the outcome of the lawsuit." Jim

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ORGANIC FOOD IS SIMPLY BETTER FOR YOU THAN CONVENTIONALLY GROWN FARE.

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Monday, 28 July 2014 Category Potatoes in History 0 Comments

We often don't find great insight in Motley Fool articles, but this one is an exception. It is particularly significant when viewed as reflecting a shift of the middle: the superiority of organic farming is becoming mainstream knowledge and that's a good thing. "Scientists estimate that we humans—since our earliest ancestors—have been running around the earth for well over two million years. Only within the past century—or 0.005% of that time—have we come to rely so heavily on the use of pesticides to help feed our world's population." Jim

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STUDY DOCUMENTS SIGNIFICANT SECONDARY EFFECTS ON VERTEBRATES FROM USE OF FARM INSECTICIDE.

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Food Navigator takes a look at the new Dutch-based study. "The study looked at the impact of the neonicotinoid insecticide, imidacloprid, on bird populations such as starlings and barn swallows. Imidacloprid is the most widely used insecticide in global agriculture systems, applied to treat seeds and bulbs, as a crop stray in greenhouses and in the open." Jim

http://www.foodnavigator.com/Science-Nutrition/Insecticides-are-a-bigger-threat-to-the-natural-food-chain-than-thought-warns-study/?utm_source=newsletter_weekly&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=From+11-Jul-2014+to+18-Jul-2014&c=mvJJjvCHWexS3sa1QKKtZA%3D%3D

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CHOOSING ORGANIC IS YOUR BEST BET FOR AVOIDING CHEMICALS IN YOUR FAMILY'S FOOD.

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Monday, 28 July 2014 Category Potatoes in History 0 Comments

Do be aware of the heavy influence that Industrial Ag and Big Food have in the setting of 'tolerance levels' of their chemicals ending up in our food. You are wise to be skeptical - most especially of the untested compound interactions between different chemicals found in the same food. "It found that the percentage of bread products containing pesticide residues has more than doubled over the last 12 years - rising from 28 per cent in 2001 to 63 per cent in 2013." Jim

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2695224/What-chemicals-lurking-loaf-Nearly-two-thirds-bread-products-contain-pesticide-residues.html

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HOW EUROPE HAS BEEN INSTRUMENTAL IN HELPING GROW THE RESISTENCE TO GE CROPS IN THE USA.

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Good article provides background to the European role in opposing GE crops. "Only five EU countries grow GM crops at all – Spain, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Romania and Slovakia...Europe's fragmented politics, diverse landscapes and smaller scale farming traditions have made it less compatible with the mass-farming techniques in the Americas... the seeds of Europe's aversion to GM were sown in the 1990s, thanks to two factors in particular: the strength of the Green party in Germany at the crucial moment when the technology was first emerging, and then the scare over mad cow disease in Britain.
'Mad cow disease caused a loss of public confidence in science. You had the British government saying beef was safe, while the EU said the opposite,' he says." Jim

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SELF DESCRIBED PLUTOCRAT ISSUES URGENT WARNING TO FELLOW ZILLIONAIRES: SHARE THE WEALTH OR TROUBLE IS AHEAD.

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Monday, 21 July 2014 Category Potatoes in History 0 Comments

Nick Hanauer has done his homework and understands history and the need for greater income and wealth equity. "The divide between the haves and have-nots is getting worse really, really fast. In 1980, the top 1 percent controlled about 8 percent of U.S. national income. The bottom 50 percent shared about 18 percent. Today the top 1 percent share about 20 percent; the bottom 50 percent, just 12 percent...The problem is that inequality is at historically high levels and getting worse every day. Our country is rapidly becoming less a capitalist society and more a feudal society. Unless our policies change dramatically, the middle class will disappear, and we will be back to late 18th-century France. Before the revolution...If we don’t do something to fix the glaring inequities in this economy, the pitchforks are going to come for us. No society can sustain this kind of rising inequality. In fact, there is no example in human history where wealth accumulated like this and the pitchforks didn’t eventually come out. You show me a highly unequal society, and I will show you a police state. Or an uprising. There are no counterexamples. None. It’s not if, it’s when." Jim

http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2014/06/the-pitchforks-are-coming-for-us-plutocrats-108014.html#.U8wZ0bF8alt

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VANDANA SHIVA EXPOSES BIOTECH'S POWER GRAB AND FAILING PROPAGANDA WAR.

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Monday, 21 July 2014 Category Potatoes in History 0 Comments

Precise and pertinent, Vandana's concise MUST READ new essay lays bare the unprincipled attacks on scientists who stand in the way of Biotech's obsession for control AND the peoples' growing resistance. "Monsanto and friends, the biotech industry, its lobbyists and its paid media representation continue to push for monopoly control over the world’s food through its seed supply. This 'empire' is being built on false foundations: that Monsanto is a creator/inventor of life and hence can own the seed through patents and that life can be engineered and machined like an iPhone... Last month an investment fund sued DuPont for $1 billion for pushing herbicide-resistant crops knowing fully well they would fail to control weeds and instead contribute to the emergence of 'superweeds'...Italy has just passed a law, Campo libre, making planting GMO crops punishable with a prison sentence of one to three years and a fine of 10,000-30,000 euros." Jim

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HOW WOULD YOU HAVE ANSWERED THE VERMONTER'S SURVEY ON EXACTLY HOW GMO PRODUCTS SHOULD BE LABELED?

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Were I a Vermonter I would have voted for a front-of-package location with prominent "Nutrition Facts" sized lettering. "The Attorney General’s Office conducted the survey as part of its rule-making process for Vermont’s law requiring manufacturers and retailers to label certain food products containing genetically modified ingredients starting in 2016." What do you think? Jim

http://vtdigger.org/2014/07/16/more-than-2000-people-resond-to-ags-survey-on-gmo-labeling

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MEET FIFTY OF MAINE'S ORGANIC FAMILY FARMERS.

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Maine has 400 MOFGA Certified Organic farmers and you can meet over fifty of them in this fun Pinterest photographic journey. As you will see, the wide diversity of crops grown for consumption by Maine families is stunning and spectacular for a short-season northern tier state like Maine. If you are in Maine, you can meet many of these farmers at farmers markets located all across Maine. If you are outside Maine, visit a local farmers market near you and search for a farmer displaying a sign which states they are "Certified Organic." Certified Organic is your family's best assurance of good, safe food grown with integrity and backed up by an independent and transparent system of verification. Jim & Megan

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NOTED SCIENTIST PROVIDES CONCISE EXPLANATION OF GLYPHOSATE'S DEATH MECHANISM IN LAYMAN'S TERMS.

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Dr. Thierry Vrain has become an outspoken critic of GE crops. In this clear and succinct MUST READ article one can gain an immediate grasp of why we should avoid glyphosate at all costs. Avoidance of glyphosate is best achieved by supplying our family's needs with certified organic food. "Since almost all engineered foods come from crops sprayed with RoundUp, they all contain chemical residues of it. Many crops that are not engineered are also sprayed with this herbicide, but much later in the season, as a dessicant. This is commonly done with beans and pulse crops, grains and potatoes, in Canada, and sugar cane and other crops elsewhere...Let’s call it by its real name, glyphosate is a biocide...Any food ingredient containing even a small residue of this chemical is by definition depleted of mineral nutrients. Recent studies have shown that glyphosate has become a major pollutant in our food, our water and in our bodies." Here is a link to a recent excellent 'Food Integrity Now' interview with Dr. Vrain.

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WILL THE 'ROUNDUP' ICEBERG SINK MONSANTO?

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Monsanto's headlong allegiance to its cash cow and chief suspect glyphosate could spell ultimate destruction to Monsanto says this MUST READ 'Truthout' article. "In El Salvador and Nicaragua, more men are dying from CKDu than from HIV/AIDS, diabetes, and leukemia combined. In one patch of rural Nicaragua, so many men have died that the community is called 'The Island of the Widows'...a unifying hypothesis that could explain the origin of the disease. They reasoned that the offending agent had to have been introduced into Sri Lanka within the last 30 years, since the first cases appeared in the mid-1990s. The chemical also needed to be able to form stable complexes with the metals in hard water and to act as a shield, protecting those metals from metabolism by the liver. The compound would also need to act as a carrier and be able to deliver the metals to the kidney...Glyphosate is no ordinary herbicide. Besides being the most used herbicide on earth, it is also the central pillar of Monsanto's temple...But if the combination of glyphosate and the heavy metals found in the groundwater or the soil destroys the farmer's kidneys in the process, the whole house of cards falls apart. This may be what is happening now." Jim

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GMOs EXPLAINED AS INCONSISTENT TO AMERICAN CONCEPTS OF FREEDOM.

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Alternate Health Works' Nick Meyer in a patriotically-themed article illustrates how GMOs are inconsistent with America's democratic ideals. Nick identifies ten reasons why GMOs are at odds with freedom and self-detemination. "The basis of many laws in the United States, especially in individual states, can be traced back to English common law, specifically all the way back to the Magna Carta. One common rule of English common law, 'A Man’s Home is His Castle,' applies to countless situations in America — but not in the case of GMOs, that is, as Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association President Jim Gerritsen notes in this interview...'So, if for example, if we should be neighbors and I have a herd of cattle and you have a nice clover field it’s my responsibility to fence those cattle in so that they don’t cause damage or loss to your nice clover. It’s not your responsibility to put up a fence to keep out my cattle,' Gerritsen said...That respect is clearly lacking among GMO corporations and farmers in the United States, who refuse to take any initiative to stop cross contamination that they alone should be responsible for." Jim

http://althealthworks.com/2892/the-top-ten-reasons-gmos-are-not-patriotic/

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BIOTECH EXPERIENCES MAJOR SHIFT IN PATENT REJECTIONS SINCE TWO RECENT LANDMARK SCOTUS RULINGS.

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The repercussions from the Supreme Court's rulings in 'AMP v. Myriad' and 'Mayo v. Prometheus' are spelling bad news for claims linked to "natural products or laws of nature." "A year after the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark ruling that human genes cannot be patented, the biotech industry is struggling to adapt to a landscape in which inventions derived from nature are increasingly hard to patent. At the Biotechnology Industry Organization's International Convention here last week, attorneys and executives traded stories of recent, unexpected rejections by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, whose new guidelines for deciding what is patent-eligible have drawn heavy criticism. Biotech representatives fear that applying the Supreme Court's precedent beyond DNA—to products such as chemical compounds, antibodies, seeds, and vaccines—could chill efforts to commercialize scientific discoveries made at universities and companies." Here is the link to a free pdf of the article. Jim http://www.law.uci.edu/news/in-the-news/2014/science-burk-july2014.pdf

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BILL McKIBBEN ON NEW UNDERSTANDING OF CLIMATE CHANGE.

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What is certain is that ignoring the problem is irresponsible and we do possess the ability to lessen the impact. "If you take a core sample of an ice sheet, the tiny air bubbles trapped in each layer can give you a good idea of the successive amounts of CO2—and by far the longest ice cores can be collected in the Antarctic...The team, by the time it finally pulled up its drills, had taken the world’s climate record back about 800,000 years—through many ice ages and interglacial periods. And what it found was simple and unvarying:
Even when our climate was in some other phase, some different way of balancing the many subtle influences that make up the wind and weather and warmth we experience, temperature and greenhouse gases still marched in lockstep. Higher temperature always went with higher CO2. Lower temperature went with lower CO2...'The overwhelming evidence of human-caused climate change documents both current impacts with significant costs and extraordinary future risks to society and natural systems'...The good news is that sometimes such daring risks work...On that afternoon Germany generated 74 percent of its electric needs from renewable sources...The resource that got it done in Germany was political will, which is infinitely renewable. If we can get it going." Jim

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IMPORTANT DR. SERALINI INTERVIEW BY FOOD INTEGRITY NOW.

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Dr Seralini's landmark research is THE most important long term study to date and documents harm caused by GE food and Roundup. The study's significance explains why Biotech has been so heavily invested in hiding the truth and in orchestrating the bogus retraction charade. This concocted and false retraction has now been negated by its recent re-publication in a responsible journal. Don't miss this eye-opening interview (53:14) with the courageous Dr. Seralini which includes first person recitation of the astounding Biotech retraction shenanigans. Dr Seralini stands out as a true hero with unparalleled courage and integrity. Jim

http://foodintegritynow.org/2014/06/26/seralini-republished-long-term-study-gmos-roundup-causes-serious-health-issues/

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Notable Quotes: Wendell Berry on Success.

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VERMONT GEARING UP TO DEFEND ITS PIONEERING GMO LABEL LAW FROM BIOTECH AND JUNK FOOD BULLIES.

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Fiesty Vermont will be going to tremendous lengths to defend its new no-strings-attached GMO label law from legal challenge - even to the point of hiring outside legal counsel. The Vermont law was carefully-crafted and approved by constitutional scholars. If justice is served, the sound Vermont law will be upheld and then it will be game-over for Biotech's decades-old campaign to deny the people their right-to-know. "'We’re going to fight fire with fire,' Vermont Attorney General Bill Sorrell said in an interview Thursday...The state is now considering beefing up its internal legal team with some additional high-end talent, Sorrell said. Though his office has been 'talking to some outside counsel,' Vermont will retain 'ultimate control' over the case, he said." Jim

http://vtdigger.org/2014/06/19/state-may-bring-outside-help-defend-gmo-labeling-law/

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ROBYN O'BRIEN REPORTS ON WHY ORGANIC FOOD IS THE BEST CHOICE.

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Robyn is an articulate observer, a mother with a high-powered business background. "The President’s Cancer Panel also sounded alarm bells about chemicals and cancer, encouraging us to eat organic when we can, to reduce our exposure to pesticides and other additives being applied to our foods... But the scrutiny that these foods undergo is enormous and expensive, driving prices at the cash register and for those producing them on the farm. Why the costs? Because the cost structure on our food supply offers taxpayer-funded resources called subsidies to the farmers using genetically engineered seeds and saturating crops in insecticides and weed killers, while charging the organic farmers fees to prove that their crops are safe...In other words, it’s an un-level playing field right now. And if we were all sitting down as a national family at our national dinner table, I don’t think that any of us would want to be using our resources this way. Wouldn’t we rather have the organic food be the one that we fund, making it cheaper, more affordable and more accessible to all Americans?" If you've not yet viewed Robyn's TEDx video (18:26) don't delay! Jim & Megan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rixyrCNVVGA

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BREAKING NEWS! CRITICAL ECONOMIC AID JEOPARDIZED BY SELF-INTERESTED MONSANTO EFFORT TO DERAIL EL SALVADOR'S SEED SOVEREIGNTY INITIATIVE.

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In every country EVERYWHERE development of independent locally-adapted seed resources are essential to a country's food sovereignty. Self-serving outside multi-national corporations need to butt out and not use re-interpreted heavy-handed trade agreements to force their will. PLEASE SHARE WIDELY. "...Vice President Joe Biden just returned from Guatemala, where he pledged support to help Central American countries improve the lives of their children. On top of this, first lady Michelle Obama has devoted so much energy to promoting the cause of improving nutrition for children. That’s a goal, too, of the Salvadoran seed program, known as the Family Agriculture Plan. Begun in 2011, it is credited with helping thousands of low-income farmers improve production and move toward a more sustainable food supply...Government contracts for seed purchases are estimated at about $30 million a year, and the question is whether units of U.S. corporations like Monsanto Co. are being cut out in the effort to buy more seed from smaller, Salvadoran producers. Supporters of the program argue that the ministry is seeking only to allow small and medium producers to better compete, while fostering a sustainable seed industry inside El Salvador." Jim

http://www.politico.com/story/2014/06/child-migrant-white-house-trade-dispute-108417.html

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