Recommended Reading on GMOs and Genetically Engineered Food
The World According to Monsanto
The World According to Monsanto tells the little-known yet shocking story of this agribusiness giant–the world’s leading producer of GMOs–and how its new “green” face is no less malign than its PCB- and Agent Orange-soaked past.
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Now Jeffrey M. Smith’s best-selling book is paired with a new DVD and CD set that shows how genetically modified organisms (GMOs) put our health and environment at risk. This set will impact consumer perceptions and buying habits.
Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation
This skillfully researched book focuses on how a small socio-political American elite seeks to establish its control over the very basis of human survival, the provision of our daily bread. Control the food and you control the people. This is no ordinary book about the perils of GMO.
The Organic Food Shopper's Guide
This handy guide shows you how to select the freshest, tastiest varieties and transform your organic groceries into memorable meals. You’ll find guidance on what to look for when shopping, how to handle each food in the kitchen, and why, when foods are organic, they’re so darn good for you.
Mendel in the Kitchen
Mendel in the Kitchen is a highly readable and well documented account of the science, issues and people involved in the development of genetically engineered foods. This is a must-read for anyone interested in learning how the DNA in our food has been altered over the years.
Genetic Roulette: The Documented Health Risks of Genetically Engineered Foods
This book, prepared in with input by more than 30 scientists, is for anyone wanting to understand GM technology, to learn how to protect themselves, or to share their concerns with others. It is presented in the clear, accessible style that made Jeffrey Smith’s Seeds of Deception the world’s best-selling book.
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Stormy debates about genetically engineered (GE) food have raged throughout the world in recent years, and the issue is now more potent than ever. Seventy to eighty percent of processed foods now sold in supermarkets contain genetically engineered ingredients, and the trend is growing at a startling rate.