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U.S. Wastes $14 Billion in Food & Crops Every Year

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From: THE AGRIBUSINESS EXAMINER
June 20, 2005, Issue #410 Monitoring Corporate Agribusiness From a Public Interest Perspective

EDITOR\\PUBLISHER; A.V. Krebs
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ARIZONA RESEARCHER URGES CUTTING FOOD WASTE AS A MEANS TO CUTTING COSTS

FOOD AND DRINK.COM: Reducing waste throughout the food industry could lead to a more efficient supply chain, a cut in costs and an increase in profits, says food loss researcher Dr Timothy Jones.

Fake Blood on the Maize

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SOURCE: Freezerbox Magazine, USA, by Jonathan Matthews
http://freezerbox.com/archive/article.asp?id=339
DATE: 20 Jun 2005

The PR exploitation of drought and hunger in Zambia shows that for the GM lobby there are no limits, even when it involves rewriting history and manufacturing crimes against humanity.

Monsanto Defends Results of Rat Studies on GM Corn

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USA: May 24, 2005

KANSAS CITY - Monsanto Co. on Monday discounted as insignificant European reports that the company's internal research had found variations in the health of rats fed Monsanto's biotech corn.

The furor concerns a type of corn that has been genetically altered to protect itself against corn rootworm. The Monsanto study found that rats fed the biotech corn had smaller kidneys and blood composition different from rats not fed the corn.

Brazil: The Rape of the Rainforest... and the Man Behind it

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The Rape of the Rainforest... and the Man Behind it

Published on Friday, May 20, 2005 by the Independent/UK
by Michael McCarthy and Andrew Buncombe

It is stark. It is scarcely believable. But the ruthless obliteration of the Amazon rainforest continues at a headlong rate new figures reveal - and today we reveal the
man who more than any other represents the forces making it happen.

HEARTLAND PBS SERIES TO CELEBRATE AGRICULTURE Sponsored by Monsanto

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HEARTLAND PBS SERIES TO CELEBRATE AGRICULTURE

Farm Bureau News, April 21, 2005
www.fb.org

"We project that the first season of the program will be available in markets totaling more than 60 percent of the nation's viewers ... reaching more than 71 million households." --- Jim O'Donnell, Director of Program Marketing, KVIE-TV (Sacremento affiliate)

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