Taco Bell Gmo
January 8, 2011 by staff
Taco Bell Gmo, Taco Bell GM sends in the clouds MorningMayan limbo of the USDA target of retaliation Kraft Foods Inc., the largest food retailer in the U.S. and a division of New York-based Philip Morris tobacco, recalled all its ” Taco Bell Home Originals “brand taco shells from supermarket shelves in the United States in response to accusations by the Friends of the Earth (FOE). The presentation of the results made by an independent laboratory showed that the OEM brand in question contained significant traces of a genetically modified corn variety called Starlink. Marketed by Aventis, this type of corn was not approved for human consumption because it was considered heat stable, resistant to stomach acids and enzymes and a potential allergen. The effects on human health of allergens can include rashes, nausea and respiratory problems. In severe cases, allergens can cause death. Insisting that GM foods are not effectively regulated, recall Kraft has other food producer’s watch their guarantees and related ingredient wonder on the attitude to take regarding genetically modified ingredients. In response Aventis has stopped the sale of Starlink maize and bought the entire crop this year and the payment of farmers. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will implement the agreement. The FDA, which has done little to stop the flood of GM products on the market in the United States could, under pressure from major food manufacturers have to revise its set of voluntary guidelines for biotechnology. Taco Bell GM MorningMayan limbo cloud USDA target wikileaks censorship European label UN Monsanto Canada barbarianrebellion truthergirls tax ventura FDA retaliation malibu s510 rachers farm food censorship waterwars
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