Small farmers can take over the world’s food supply and beat Monsanto!


That’s right, there are currently over 500 million small farmers who produce some 70 percent of the world’s food! I bet you didn’t know that.
Read this: Five ways small-scale organic farming can save agriculture from America’s ‘greed for profit’ system

Which food do you choose? Do you cheat and eat corporate poison? How often?

Natural brands betray consumers over GMO labeling: NaturalNews issues boycott of Kashi, Silk, Larabar and more!!

Did you know the rest of the food is owned by monopolies? Monopolies are exactly what our Founding Fathers warned us about. They are conglomerates of companies, of investors, or corporations which get a stranglehold on small farmers, especially the organic ones, and drive prices on food in bad directions. Corporations pollute the food so you will get sick, stay sick, and be dumb enough to get corporate medical care.

Monopolies buy out small and medium sized companies who are doing the right thing, growing and selling healthy food, untainted, not cancer causing. But then when they get bought out, that changes, and the food gets carcinogens added and still it is sold under the guise that it is still “mom and pop” or small farmer generated, like it’s still healthy, so they trick the masses.

Boycott of Kashi, Silk, Larabar, and more: Find out here from the Health Ranger Mike Adams, Editor of Natural News:

Learn more:
There are a lot of companies that sell out to food monopolies. They lose everything they worked for, besides some fast cash. They lose the quality, the integrity, and most of all, they lose control of the product. It’s all about control, and Monsanto, Bayer, Dupont, BASF, and Dow Chemical have control of a lot of food, and a lot of bastardizing of food, making it toxic. They all invest in chronic U.S. healthcare industry and make money off your bad choices. Don’t make bad choices. Stay informed. Read Natural News. Get natural news. Blog natural news. Follow the health ranger. Stay informed. Here’s more on all this Big Food Monopoly situation:


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