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Meet the Food Industry Front Groups That Push for Carcinogens in Your Food


Health & Wellness  (tags: food industry, pseudoscience, industrial agriculture )

Ellyn
- 3269 days ago - alternet.org
Pseudoscience, front groups and smear campaigns against scientists questioning industrial agriculture are used to convince the public that chemical-ridden food is safe.



   

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Monday July 12, 2010, 3:14 am
"" Consider a quote from the recently released President's Cancer Panel: "We have sprayed pesticides which are inherent poisons throughout our shared environment. They are now in amniotic fluid. They are in our blood. They are in our urine. They are in our exhaled breath. They are in our mother's milk. What is the burden of cancer that we can attribute to this use of poisons throughout our agricultural system? We won't really know that answer until we do another experiment, which is to take the poisons out of our food chain, embrace a different kind of agriculture, a healthier agriculture, and see what happens." ""
( and they are found in penguins and polar bears, and in the dust in your home ... )
-- (i *studied* chemistry, and) that's *exactly* what i've been 'preaching', for years ...
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PS:
" PLASTICs &c => dioxin &c => CANCER &c " (free stickers)

 

Sexy Teoh (3)
Monday July 12, 2010, 9:59 pm
Businessman, don't forget you also a consumer.

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