Your food, your planet, your health and your right to know are under attack. Corporations are writing the laws, and the FDA, USDA and EPA are letting them get away with it. With help from you and nearly 850,000 consumers, the Organic Consumers Association is fighting back.
Your gift will help us:
Continue the fight for mandatory labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in our food, including genetically engineered salmon
Bring attention to the devastating impact of factory farms on the environment, public health and the welfare of animals
Launch a campaign to demand labeling of meat, eggs and dairy products from factory farms
Continue to protect organic standards from efforts to erode them
Educate lawmakers and the public about the connection between food, farming, fracking and climate change
Monitor and defend against FDA and USDA regulations that put corporate interests above food safety and public health
More than 80 percent of our support comes from individual consumers like you, who understand that real change comes from the grassroots. Please donate today. You can donate online with a credit card by filling out the form on this page.
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Organic Consumers Association
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Finland, MN. 55603
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