You may have seen the disturbing stories in the news lately about controversial beta-agonist drugs--like zilpaterol and ractopamine--that are fed to animals to speed their weight gain. Ractopamine, in particular, raises significant food safety and animal welfare concerns for U.S. and international consumers. Unlike the U.S., more than 160 countries – including Russia, China, Taiwan, and the 27…
National non-profit public interest and environmental advocacy organization working to protect…Read More
Center for Food Safety and the Animal Legal Defense Fund have filed a lawsuit against the U.S. FDA for withholding records related to the…Read More
Look how many SCHOOL SHOOTINGS we have had since Sandy Hook and Newtown -- I saw the number on TV today and it was something like around 140. Now they are obviously mostly NOT of the MAGNITUDE of those. But nowhere in the world does anybody in the globe have this. The Second Amendment gives…Read More
SIGN SHARE BE THE VOICE OF THE VOICELESS!
Chemical warfare is in the news ... While our acceptance of 'Biological Warfare' on us (GMO's and Drugs in our food) seems to get a pass !
I think treating animals (or humans, for that matter) with hormones cannot be good, neither for the animal, nor for a human who eats it!