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  • GMO Labeling: Sewage Treatment On Farms

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    Showhost Brad Jordan interviewed Heather Callaghan about the practice of sewage treating industrial farmland and how that affected Whole Foods Market when a consumer blew the whistle on the health food giant. What led to Whole Foods quietly dropping the practice?Later, an energized debate broke out about GMO labeling and the government and corporations' role in food safety and mandatory labeling. And, does petitioning a food company help matters?

    Showhost Brad Jordan interviewed Heather Callaghan about the practice of sewage treating industrial farmland and how that affected Whole Foods Market when a consumer blew the whistle on the health food giant. What led to Whole Foods quietly dropping the practice?

    Later, an energized debate broke out about GMO labeling and the government and corporations' role in food safety and mandatory labeling. And, does petitioning a food company help matters?
    Brad has graciously posted the podcast at Food Riot Radio with the ability to download. We also have it posted here.

    We recommend listening to his fun and informational podcasts and getting involved with your views. We have featured the articles of Brad Jordan and co-admin Sara Burrows on NaturalBlaze as important food for thought in the promotion of food freedom. As they say over there – “Eat Free or Die!”

    Please visit Food Riot Radio’s FaceBook page and click the “like” button. Check out their website, Food Riot Radio for other great articles and podcasts!

    Agricultural systems — including, but not limited to farming systems, processing systems, and distribution systems — are certified organic when a certifying agency determines that these production systems comply fully with NOP standards. Only agricultural products from organic-certified systems are permitted to bear the “USDA Organic” label.

    Other nations have similar organic programs, but all products imported into the U.S. as organic must meet the USDA's NOP standards. Similarly, organic items exported from the U.S. may be subject to more or less stringent standards for production and marketing as established by the receiving country.

    Please Read this Article at NaturalBlaze.com

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