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Selected Articles: Be Careful What You Ingest! « The Corporate Hijack of Food and Agriculture »
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Mondialisation.ca, 19 janvier 2016

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yale_School_publichealthToxins Found in Fracking Fluids and Wastewater, Threats to Human Heath, Scientific Study

By Michael Greenwood, January 07, 2016

In an analysis of more than 1,000 chemicals in fluids used in and created by hydraulic fracturing (fracking), Yale School of Public Health researchers found that many of the substances have been linked to reproductive and developmental health problems, and the majority had undetermined toxicity due to insufficient information.

nyeleniRestoring the Link Between Farmer and Consumer, Challenging the Corporate Hijack of Global Food and Agriculture

By Colin Todhunter, January 16 2016

Food systems have been reduced to a model of industrialised agriculture controlled by a few transnational food corporations together with a small group of huge retailers.

EPAThe Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Knew About Michigan Water Contamination for Months Without Telling The Public

By Andrew Follett, January 17 2016

The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) top Midwest official knew about the Flint, Michigan drinking water crisis of 2015 months before telling the public, according to a Tuesday report by the The Detroit News.

oeha-logoMonsanto Pressures WHO and California Not to List Glyphosate as a Carcinogen

By Chemical Concern, January 18 2016

Glyphosate is the key ingredient in Monsanto’s branded Roundup line of herbicides, as well as hundreds of other products, but many scientific studies have raised questions about the health impacts of glyphosate and consumer and medical groups have expressed worries about glyphosate residues in food.

Alfalfa-Crops-Farm-Soil-HarvestUSDA Study Confirms GM Contamination Between GM and Non-GM Crops, Exposes Failure of “Coexistence” Policy

By Bill Freese, January 19 2016

A recent study by USDA scientists shows that genetically engineered (GE) alfalfa has gone wild, in a big way, in alfalfa-growing parts of the West.

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