Monthly archives: October, 2013

NOBULL: Food Corporations Fight GMO Labeling Measure With Big Money

Food Corporations Fight GMO Labeling Measure With Big Money Reuters | Posted: 10/29/2013 6:16 pm EDT | Updated: 10/30/2013 8:33 am EDT By Eric M. Johnson and Carey Gillam SEATTLE/KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct 29 (Reuters) – Major U.S. food and chemical companies are pouring millions of dollars into efforts to block approval of a ballot



NOBULL: FEELING THE UNTHINKABLE — Aren’t we “The New Romans”?

This is a recent review on Donald Gutierrez’s new book, Feeling The Unthinkable that I wanted to call to your attention. I sincerely believe that this book should be read by every American concerned about where our country is headed. J. Glenn Evans FEELING THE UNTHINKABLE By DONALD GUTIERREZ AMADOR PUBLISHERS, LLC 611 Delamar Ave



NOBULL: In The Shadows of the Slaughterhouse – Harvest Media

Immigrants have always been the backbone of America’s meatpacking plants, offering upward mobility for its newcomers. But the frontier for these large food factories has moved as the meat industry left urban centers like Chicago and Kansas City and settled its plants in small towns. Now these rural communities are struggling to provide the social



NOBULL: When the Pope Phoned Petrini

When the Pope Phoned Petrini Pope Francis Italy – 03 Oct 13 – Carlo Petrini On Saturday September 28, life brought me a surprise that I could never have imagined. Around 7 pm I saw that I had a phone call from a blocked number. I answered, curious; and on the other end of the



NOBULL: Monsanto vs. Associated Press, Round Two

Monsanto Versus the Associated Press, Round Two Willy Blackmore, Take Part Blackmore reports: "Following its lengthy, richly reported story about the impacts Monsanto has had on the health of Argentines living in the South American country’s farm belt, the Associated Press was back yesterday with a quietly combative follow up addressing the biotech company’s response



NOBULL: Antibiotic and Political Resistance



NOBULL: Tyson’s Newest Ploy Demonstrates Need for Regulation — Bullying cattle producers…

Tyson’s Newest Ploy Demonstrates Need for Regulation October 24, 2013 Billings, Mont. – Tyson Food, Inc. (Tyson) is one of the world’s largest beef packers. Together, Tyson and just three other meatpackers control about 85% of the U.S. cattle and beef market. Alone, Tyson controls about one-fourth of the U.S. cattle and beef market. With



NOBULL: Knowing Your Competition in Beef — It says southern raised, but do they mean as far south as Australia, Uruguay or Brazil?

Knowing Your Competition By Kathy Voth / October 21, 2013 / 3 Comments It says southern raised, but do they mean as far south as Australia, Uruguay or Brazil? A recent report on NPR noted that grass fed beef is becoming more and more popular. In fact, George Seimon, a founder of Organic Valley, says



NOBULL: FDA proposed new food safety regs – comment by Nov. 15, help us spread the word

Good morning to all While we have all been busy with our lives and fighting the various battles which need to be fought, the powers that be in DC have been busy as well. There was a new law passed by the elected elite in DC last year known as the Food Modernization Act. As



NOBULL: Hundreds Of Dogs Dead From Eating Jerky Treats; FDA Isn’t Exactly Sure Why

Hundreds Of Dogs Dead From Eating Jerky Treats; FDA Isn’t Exactly Sure Why The Huffington Post | Posted: 10/22/2013 5:26 pm EDT | Updated: 10/22/2013 5:29 pm EDT Nearly 600 dogs and cats have died and 3,600 more have been sickened since 2007 as a result of eating poisonous jerky treats, the U.S. Food and