All posts tagged with Food
06/24/2017 / By D. Samuelson

One of the most trusted maxims in today’s world is the Latin phrase cui bono? In other words, who benefits?

http://www.harvest.news/2017-06-24-food-evolution-film-a-cesspool-of-pesticide-industry-propaganda-narrated-by-gmo-propagandist-neil-degrasse-tyson.html

06/22/2017 / By Robert Jonathan

A  film called Food Evolution that premieres in theaters across America on June 23 purports to be an objective and even-handed

http://www.harvest.news/2017-06-22-food-evolution-film-created-by-monsanto-shills-and-propaganda-front-groups-like-the-acsh-run-by-a-convicted-felon.html

06/21/2017 / By Ethan Huff

A new documentary film that claims to set the record straight on genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) has been exposed as a

http://www.harvest.news/2017-06-21-monsanto-mafia-just-produced-a-corporate-propaganda-film-called-food-evolution-produced-by-violent-psychopath-shills-who-promote-gmos-and-pesticides.html

06/20/2017 / By Ethan Huff

One of the big questions on everyone’s minds following the recent acquisition of Whole Foods Market by Amazon.com CEO Jeff

http://www.harvest.news/2017-06-20-amazons-purchase-of-whole-foods-to-create-a-dangerous-monopoly-on-health-products-that-are-frequently-contaminated-with-heavy-metals-warns-the-health-ranger.html

06/11/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Monsanto has become infamous for covering up the connection between glyphosate – which constitutes 50 percent of its Roundup weed

http://www.harvest.news/2017-06-11-monsanto-and-other-biotech-chemical-giants-just-outlawed-seed-exchanges-in-africa-seed-colonization-is-nearly-complete.html

06/07/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Genetically modified crops were once hailed as the solution to all manner of problems facing our planet. Proponents insisted they

http://www.harvest.news/2017-06-07-fake-food-gmo-crops-have-been-a-massive-failure-on-every-level.html

06/06/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

The World Health Organization’s (WHO) cancer agency, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), classified glyphosate as “probably carcinogenic

http://www.harvest.news/2017-06-06-despite-links-to-cancer-the-eu-proposes-a-10-year-license-renewal-for-key-ingredient-in-monsantos-roundup.html

06/05/2017 / By Earl Garcia

The global herbicide market is poised to grow exponentially in 2022, which in turn may further drive up the already

http://www.harvest.news/2017-06-05-cancer-rates-to-explode-as-global-herbicide-market-projected-to-reach-34-billion-by-2022.html

06/04/2017 / By Bridgette Wilcox

Think of survival food and what initially comes to mind is a stockpile of canned goods, tasteless military biscuits, and

http://www.harvest.news/2017-06-04-survival-gardening-why-you-should-grow-these-7-edible-perennials.html

05/30/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Maine just became the last state in the nation to approve the use of three new types of genetically modified

http://www.harvest.news/2017-05-30-alert-maine-approves-3-types-of-gmo-potatoes.html

05/26/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Canned foods are the prepper’s go-to foods for a good reason; they’re affordable and keep for a long time, making

http://www.harvest.news/2017-05-26-shtf-2-breads-you-can-stockpile-for-years.html

05/18/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Azure Farm is a beautiful organic farm in Oregon which provides most of Azure Standard’s competitively priced organic beef, field

http://www.harvest.news/2017-05-18-sherman-county-or-considers-making-organic-farming-illegal-wants-to-forcibly-spray-rogue-organic-farm-with-roundup.html

05/12/2017 / By Lance D Johnson

A mild winter graced the plains and the Midwest, luring farmers to plant early and causing winter wheat to sprout

http://www.harvest.news/2017-05-12-late-winter-storms-just-wiped-out-the-entire-wheat-crop-of-western-kansas-are-you-prepared-for-food-disruptions.html

05/12/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Onions have been a food staple for over 4,000 years, and with good reason: They’re delicious! The National Onion Association

http://www.harvest.news/2017-05-12-freak-snowfall-destroys-100-million-pounds-of-onions-in-idaho-and-oregon.html