Folks just determined to fuck this man over even when the jury gives him some restitution… so much for justice…
A California judge reduced a dying cancer patient’s $289 million punitive award granted by a jury in a case against the manufacturer of a weed killer, down to $39 million, even after the jury urged her not to. Continue reading
We must all fight against Monsanto and their army of GMOs….
Monsanto is making the news these days for losing. They have lost three court cases in which Roundup has been linked to cancer. In India, they are losing, too. After years of pushing a strain of Bt Cotton, Indian farmers have had enough and are switching back to native seeds for the cotton industry. Continue reading
The site seems a lil biased but I have been warning folks about the Impossible Burger…
As Beyond Meat’s very successful IPO is bringing a lot of attention to the alt-protein category, it is important to take a look at what exactly are in these food products.
One popular name in this space is the Impossible Burger, a product we first wrote about in 2017 when Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) documents uncovered that the FDA disagreed with the company’s safety assessments of the burger’s main ingredient — soy leghemoglobin. However, the company continued selling it to the public anyhow without informing consumers about the FDA’s very serious concerns. Continue reading
Wonder if this will affect the acquisition of Monsanto by Bayer???
San Francisco jurors just ruled that that Roundup, the most popular weedkiller in the world, gave a former school groundskeeper terminal cancer.
So they awarded him $289 million in damages — mostly to punish the agricultural company Monsanto.
Dewayne Johnson’s victory Friday could set a massive precedent for thousands of other cases claiming Monsato’s famous herbicide causes non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Continue reading
I don’t think it will help much but it’s a start…
In March 2015, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), a research arm of the World Health Organization (WHO), reclassified glyphosate as a “probable carcinogen” (Class 2A).1,2 Continue reading