Whose Duty is it?

Today producers in North America have a wide selection of seed options from which to choose. However,  the opportunity to grow some seed has come with a price.  Syngenta’s genetically modified (GM) corn Agrisure™ Viptera was commercially approved for production in 2010 in the United States (and later Agrisure DuradadeTM in 2012). Read more…

Post Foods Consumer Scam

Is deceptive labelling deceiving you? The other morning when I sat down to breakfast, I was absolutely floored (literally, not physically!) by Post Foods’ deliberate attempt to deceive consumers. I’ve eaten Shredded Wheat for years and am both saddened and frustrated by their labelling attempt (more like marketing ploy) to Read more…

Environmental Colonialism

How environmental activists work to keep the poor, poor. Environmental non-governmental organizations (eNGOs) loudly proclaim biotechnology and genetically modified (GM) crops provide no benefits. These eNGOs exhibit no moral conflict in proclaiming themselves the true stewards of land and nature, protectors of all that sustains humanity, while denying subsistence farmers Read more…

The Buzz on Bees

Are Farm Chemical Harming Bee Populations? Over the past decade, there has been considerable discussion and debate about what is responsible for the decrease in bee populations in both North America and Europe. While environmental groups have been quick to advocate (without any evidence of course) that this was entirely Read more…

The integrity of Chipotle's GMO free marketing

Conning the Consumer

Chipotle’s move to go Non-GMO Last week, Chipotle, an American fast food company, announced that it has removed all GM ingredients from the menus of its 1800 chain restaurants. In its announcement, we at SAIFood feel there are numerous errors that need to be corrected. Chipotle’s announcement states: …the food Read more…