I found this and I have no idea how creditable it is. It is Syrian linked, but I'm not sure to who. "Secular peoples' is not a lot of help, ICairenn Today, 01:08 PM
I found this and I have no idea how creditable it is. It is Syrian linked, but I'm not sure to who. "Secular peoples' is not a lot of help, ICairenn Today, 01:01 PM
Well, I don't want to PAY more because some folks refuse to accept science. Those that want non GM products should be able to buy them, just like thoseCairenn Today, 12:33 PM
This story that was published Jan 30 2013 is now making the rounds of the conspiracy circuit. I am doubtful of its authenticity, but would like to enlistCritical Thinker Today, 12:31 PM
You are correct about importers, particularly those who have regulations for all agricultural imports which most countries do. But it is not done inpseacraft Today, 11:41 AM
There's an incredibly obvious difference, that being the genetic modifications allowing the plant to survive roundup, which required the insertion ofGrieves Today, 11:27 AM
Ceterum censeo, deejay,
you still owe us some evidence for the claim of "5,000 percent rise in soil concentrations of aluminum in non-industrial
Only required (in the US) if it's not just water (or mineral water, or pure spring water). Like vitamin water.
Today, 10:28 AM
The standard bottled water label, as required.
And how are GMO's excluded from consideration in that regard?
You don't, unless it claims to be anything other than just water.
Labeling requirements are science based, not public opinion based.