Source: LaLeva

Monsanto, the world’s dominant biotech company and a leader of the reported $6 million effort by corporate special interests to defeat Measure 27, Oregon’s labeling initiative, is one of the most controversial companies in the world.

The company that made Agent Orange and PCBs has gone to great lengths to make sure that Americans don’t know whether their food has been genetically engineered. Just what are they afraid of?

Check the links below to find out what kind of trouble Monsanto has gotten itself into in recent years. READ MORE…

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3 Responses to “The Monsanto Files”

  1. Nice list Barbara:-)
    comprehensive. a couple here I intend to be sharing to naysayers.

  2. Hi Ed,

    The site contains good background information for research and substantiation. Monsanto shills try to infiltrate my sites regularly, so it helps to have readily available information so my readers and I are ready to pick them off if any happen to get through.

  3. Ed Howes says:

    Thank You for this, Too much reading for anybody here and it only goes to 2003. If there ever was a good argument for ending the legal fiction of limited liability and incorporation, Monsanto is the poster child.