Your Right to Know: Genetic Engineering and the Secret Changes in Your Food

by Andrew Kimbrell (Author), Nell Newman (Foreword)

Book Description
More than half of America's processed grocery products — from corn flakes to
granola bars to diet drinks — contain genetically altered ingredients. They are
unlabeled and untested, and we are eating them. Your Right to Know is a
complete, full-color reference guide outlining how unmarked genetically modified
foods go from the factory to the family dining table, and what consumers can do
about the health risks they present. This accessible guide is for concerned
parents — as well as anyone concerned about genetically altered foods — who want
to know more about the potential health risks, the organic alternatives, and the
methods available to counter the corporate takeover of the food we eat.

From the Publisher
* 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
* A comprehensive reference guide to the hidden facts of genetically modified
* Deluxe hardcover edition includes Nell Newman’s Shopper’s Guide DVD. --This
text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Product Details

Paperback: 152 pages
Publisher: Earth Aware Editions; Pap/Bklt/D edition (February 8, 2007)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1932771190



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