by Andrew Kimbrell
Are you shopping in the dark? Your Right to Know: Genetic Engineering and the Secret Changes in Your Food provides a comprehensive and up-to-the-minute guide on the very real dangers genetically engineered foods present to our health, the environment, and farm communities.
Written by Andrew Kimbrell with a foreword by Nell Newman, this book provides you with all the necessary tools to understand this critical food issue, to choose to avoid GE foods and to become an active participant in the fight for an organic, environmentally sustainable and socially just food future.
More than half of America’s processed grocery products, from cornflakes to diet drinks, contain genetically altered ingredients. They are unlabeled and untested, and we’re eating it. YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW is a complete reference guide outlining how genetically modified foods get onto the family dining table and what consumers can do about it.
Your Right to Know is a how-to primer about the health risks of genetically engineered food, organic options, and how to fight the corporate agro-industrial takeover of the food we eat.
A comprehensive reference guide to the hidden facts of genetically modified food. The book also contains a pull-out Pocket Shopper's Guide to GE Foods that lists what products to buy in order to avoid GE ingredients.
Pages: 152 pages