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President Donald Trump signed Executive Order 13874 that’s causing a LOT of people to shake their heads in disgust (including his supporters) and we encourage you to read it. Elizabeth spoke with Bill Freese from the Center for Food Safety about this executive action and about the battle ahead!

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Dougherty Rails on Time Mag for GMO “Conspiracy Theory”

  This week on the Food Nation Radio Network, did Time Magazine® go too far? In its November 25, 2013 edition marking the 50th anniversary of the assassination of  President John F. Kennedy, the author compares the conspiracy theories surrounding JFK’s death with the controversies associated with genetically modified foods. The Food …

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Guest: Mark Kastel – Who Owns Organic?

Last week on Food Nation Radio Network, we spoke with Mark Kastel from the Cornucopia Institute about big food companies and their organic offshoots. The topics we covered ranged from the affordability factor to GMO labeling efforts and more. The graphic below is called Who Owns Organic? and was created by …

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Why Store Brands Cannot Disclose Their Suppliers

This week on Food Nation Radio Network we talked about a site that continues to write stories designed to alarm people about the food supply without using any real investigative techniques, facts or interviews. One non GMO story was particularly irresponsible. Here’s what we had to say about it:

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Guest: Peter Meehan – Newman’s Own Organics CEO Talks Ingredients, GMOs

Peter Meehan, CEO of Newman’s Own Organics talked with Elizabeth Dougherty of Food Nation Radio Network this weekend about their company philosophy, the ingredients they use and more. Here’s what he had to say: About the company (from their website): Newman’s Own Organics was established as a division of Newman’s Own …

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The Rebranding Of GMOs

Genetically modified organism sounds so ominous these days, doesn’t it? What with insecticide inside some GM crops, and the ability to spray weed killer on them all day long without damaging them, it hasn’t been very good PR for companies like Monsanto. Citizens across the United States are in favor …

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