On January 24, 2012, prior to entering Monsanto's annual shareholder meeting, Harrington Investments' representative and Right2Know March Coordinator, Adam Eidinger, speaks to concerned citizens assembled outside of Monsanto's global headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri. The group was demonstrating for genetically engineered foods to be labeled so consumers can make informed decisions about the food they are purchasing.
You can watch Adam's comments after leaving the shareholder meeting here:http://youtu.be/oPFGewWQzhE
Correction: There was an inaccurate statement at around 4:45
. Currently under the USDA National Organic Program regulations, a farmer will NOT lose their certification due to non-intentional GMO contamination. However, in Europe, which has stricter standards, unintentional GMO contamination will result in the loss of a farmers certification.http://www.youtube.com/user/Right2KnowMarch