Genetically Engineered Food
Know What You're Feeding Your Family
Environmental Working Group President Ken Cook, explains why he fights for labeling of GE foods (also know as GMOs).
Trust Monsanto, DuPont and Bayer?
Americans eat their weight yearly in genetically engineered food, some of it created by companies financing the campaigns against GMO labeling.
Many Other Countries Have Been Requiring Labels on GE Foods Since at least
See the full list of countries
Learn about GE Foods
Washington State GE Labeling Initiative
Learn more about the effort to require GE labeling in Washington State and how you can get involved.
We have the right to know about our food
A wide variety of genetically engineered (GE) foods, also known as genetically modified (GM) foods or GMOs, have entered
the United States food system in enormous amounts.
Genetically engineered foods & the environment
Industry developed genetically engineered (GE) crops and introduced them to the market with the promise of higher crop yields, but the only things that have increased are the use of toxic herbicides and pesticides, resistant weeds and bugs, contaminated crops and chemical industry profits.
Genetically engineered crops and the developing world
Nearly 1 billion people went hungry worldwide in 2010.1 Although there is enough food available to feed Earth’s entire population, problems of infrastructure, distribution, politics and war all contribute to an ongoing world hunger crisis.
Americans Eat Their Weight in Genetically Engineered Food
Americans are eating their weight and more in genetically engineered food every year, a new Environmental Working Group analysis shows.