Food Justice for the 99 Percent 

Dr. Oz in Time magazine slanders families who choose safe, organic food for their children.

As Americans become increasingly aware of the story behind conventional foods — the ecologically destructive monoculture fields, the petrochemical fertilizers, the toxic pesticides and dangerous fumigants — the agrochemical industry has launched an all-out media offensive against the booming organic industry.  The…

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