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New steps of progress for worldwide food purity
by Global Good News staff writer
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28 August 2009
Progress toward food purity and safety is accelerating in countries around the world. The world's largest natural products retailer announced this summer that products offered in its own brands will be free of genetically modified organisms—GMO ingredients; research showing the negative effects of genetic engineering is underway in countries including Norway, the United States, and India; and the topic of food safety has been featured at conferences in 10 countries.
Raja Dr John Fagan, a Raja of the Global Country of World Peace with Global Responsibility for Food Purity and Safety and for Healthy Invincibility, recently reported on these achievements.
Raja Fagan met with leaders in Wales, Scotland, Ireland, China, and India, and spoke at 11 conferences in 10 countries—many of which focussed on the GMO issue, because genetic engineering is the greatest risk to the food supply, he said.
Research on genetic engineering is taking place in a number of countries including Norway, the US, and India. Some research shows that genetically engineered maize and soybeans cause ulcers in pigs and other livestock—indicating that 'it may not be too good for human beings either', Raja Fagan said. This kind of research makes a big difference in terms of raising awareness and protecting the world's food supply.
Whole Foods, the largest natural products retailer in the world, announced that it will remove GMOs from its own products—these products will be tested to verify that they are GMO-free—and the company will encourage other brands it carries to do the same. This important step came as part of an initiative Raja Fagan began three years ago.
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