It is a fact that there are millions of people around the world that consume Monsanto’s GM seeds which are hidden in some unlabeled food products. The most common are primarily in the form of corn, soy, and oil and beet sugar. By any logical argument, the people in the U.S. and the rest of the world are supposed to know what they are eating, but in the case of Monsanto we are not are not allowed to know what they are feeding to the people. This is an immoral point that the company’s is aiming, suing the State of Vermont for trying to mandate GMO labeling on all their products, even after the people have demanded it.
This Biotechnology giant “Monsanto” is apparently bragging about the the benefits of genetically engineered crops without any serious remarks about the risk factors despite so many issues that are constantly voiced out by most of the farmers and other groups like; health organizations, citizen activists and other whistleblowers. Their main agenda really is to show off and satisfy investors and protect their interests. With the best of their ability and resources, they will surely do everything to cover their mess and make their products look acceptable to the public. Talking about covering Monsanto’s cover ups, a reporter was restrained to report in a public area near Monsanto’s headquarters.
Monsanto – often dubbed “The World’s Most Evil Corporation” is a $15 billion U.S.-based multinational agrochemical and genetically modified seed company. Despite the fact that millions all over the world consume Monsanto’s GM seeds hidden in unlabeled food products every day – primarily in the form of GMO corn, soy, oil and beet sugar – the people of the United States and other parts of the globe are not allowed to know what they are eating. This is to the outrageous point that the company’s lobbying firm is suing the State of Vermont for trying to mandate GMO labeling (after voters demanded it).
Transparency is actually something Monsanto is open with on a discussion. However, this does not reflect on their policies and actions towards the demand of the people their right to know what Monsanto is up to, concerning the safety measures of their products.
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