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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Echoing Big Agribusiness, Farmers Sue Monsanto
The Atlantic - 3/31/2011.
Tearing a page out of Monsanto's own playbook, the Public Patent Foundation (PUBPAT), an advocacy group whose mandate is to represent the public's interest in the patent system, filed suit (PDF) on behalf of 60 organic farmers, small farm organizations, and seed businesses this week against the litigious agrichemical and genetically modified (GM) seed giant.
Organic farmers sue, seek protection from Monsanto
Reuters - 3/31/2011.
A consortium of U.S. organic farmers and seed dealers filed suit against global seed giant Monsanto Co. on Tuesday, in a move to protect themselves from what they see as a growing threat in the company's arsenal of genetically modified crops.
No quick subsidies fix for food system
Civil Eats - 3/31/2011.
By Wenonah Hauter – According to the Environmental Working Group, just 10 percent of farms collect nearly 75 percent of federal farm subsidies. But what this statistic doesn’t reveal is that between 1995 and 2009, nearly half of the top 20 recipients of farm payments were cooperatives, Indian tribes, and conservation trusts – organizations that often divvy up payments amongst their members.
Food Packaging Significant Source of BPA Exposure
Press Release - 3/30/2011.
From The Breast Cancer Fund. New Study Finds Groundbreaking human study finds removing certain food packaging from diet reduces BPA levels by 60 percent.
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