Genetically Engineered Salad Greens Coming to Grocery Stores – and They Won’t Be Labeled

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Joseph Mercola Pairwise, an agricultural biotechnology company, created Conscious Greens Purple Power Baby Greens Blend, the !rst CRISPR-edited food available to U.S. consumers. The company used CRISPR, or clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeat, to edit mustard greens’ DNA, removing a gene that gives them their pungent flavor. The greens are !rst being rolled out in restaurants in […]

What They Don’t Want You to Know About Lab-Grown Meat

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Joseph Mercola While the fake meat industry is being touted as an environmentally friendly and sustainable way to feed the world, the true intent is to recreate the kind of global control that Monsanto and others achieved through patented GMO seed development. Researchers at UC Davis warn there are major environmental downsides to lab-grown meat. […]

Is Lab-Grown Meat Healthy and Safe to Consume?

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Jaydee Hanson & Julia Ranney It goes by many names: cultured, cell-based, cultivated, lab-grown meat, etc. As the names imply, it is a meat alternative made in a lab via animal cells and a cultured medium, like fetal bovine serum or a proprietary mix of sugars and salts. Several companies around the world are promoting […]

The Dark Side of Plant-based Food – It’s More About Money Than You May Think

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Martin Cohen and Frédéric Leroy If you were to believe newspapers and dietary advice leaflets, you’d probably think that doctors and nutritionists are the people guiding us through the thicket of what to believe when it comes to food. But food trends are far more political – and economically motivated – than it seems. … […]

The Dark Side of Lab-Grown “Milk”

Grayscale Photography of Glass of Milk Consumers opt for plant-based foods for many reasons– perceptions of health benefits, concerns about the ethics of consuming animals or concerns about the environment. This trend has food producers partnering with niche companies to use ultra-processing and fermentation technology to create inexpensive food components (e.g. proteins, starches and oils) which can be used to […]

Are Foods Being Turned Into Bioweapons?

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Joseph Mercola Dr. Peter Lurie, president of the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), and Beth Ellikidis, vice president of agriculture and environment at the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), argue for the genetic engineering of food. Both are connected to Bill Gates and other Great Resetters that are pushing to replace all-natural foods […]

Environmental Impacts of Cultured Meat: A Cradle-to-Gate Life Cycle Assessment

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Derrick Risner et al. Interest in animal cell-based meat (ACBM) or cultured meat as a viable environmentally conscious replacement for livestock production has been increasing, however a life cycle assessment for the current production methods of ACBM has not been conducted. Currently, ACBM products are being produced at a small scale and at an economic […]

GMO: Myths & Facts

Claire Robinson The public is constantly told that genetically modified (GM) crops and foods are needed to feed the world’s growing population and to meet the challenges that face farmers – climate change as well as pests and diseases. It is claimed that GM crops will make agriculture more sustainable, giving higher yields, reducing […]