Organic Consumers Association

Campaigning for health, justice, sustainability, peace, and democracy

ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN

Challenging the Biotech Bully
The Millions Against Monsanto Campaign was started by the Organic Consumers Association in the mid 1990's to fight back against the biotech bullying of the infamous chemical company Monsanto, responsible for Agent Orange, PCBs, GMOs, environmental disasters and so much more.
For nearly two decades, Monsanto and corporate agribusiness have exercised near-dictatorial control over American agriculture. Finally, public opinion around the biotech industry's contamination of our food supply and destruction of our environment has reached the tipping point. We're fighting back.
GMOs: Don't grow them, don't sell them, don't buy them!

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RECOMMENDED BOOKS

  • Exposing industry and government lies about the safety of the genetically engineered foods you’re eating. Seeds of Deception, the explosive exposé by Jeffrey M. Smith, documents significant health dangers of genetically modified (GM) foods and the intense industry influence and political corruption that allow them on the market.
  • The biotech industry’s claim that genetically modified (GM) foods are safe is shattered in this groundbreaking book. Nearly 65 health risks of the foods that Americans eat every day are presented in easy-to-read two-page spreads. The left page is designed for quick scanning, and the right side offers fully referenced text.
  • 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.
  • Winner of the Rachel Carson prize, an explosive exposé of the disturbing practices of the world’s most influential multinational agricultural corporation.
  • The Myths of Safe Pesticides
    André Leu challenges conventional farming methods by refuting the myths that surround the use and understanding of pesticides. He exposes the dangers of these chemicals and advocates organic practices as the most viable for farming in the 21st Century.