Mexico: GMOs threaten the crusade against hunger

Posted on January 31, 2013 • Filed under: Agriculture, Mexico, OXFAM Latin America

Is necessary to prevent the Crusade Against Hunger, from donations from agribusiness, to be used for the promotion of GM crops with false arguments and to promote the consumption of non-industrialized food culture of the population. Under the Decree on the National System for the Crusade Against Hunger, the National Association of Rural Producers Distributors (ANEC), the Campaign Without corn there is no country, the Food Guidance Center (COA), FIAN Mexico, National Forum for Construction of Food and Nutrition Policy in Mexico (FONAN), Environmental Studies Group (GEA), Consumer Power, Seeds of Life, Slow Food and Oxfam Mexico join forces to demand decisive action in order of generating positive change and transform reality there lacerating in malnutrition, obesity, poverty and hunger in Mexico. Read Article

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