Every year thousands of cattle or pigs are produced in the laboratory from single cells. Since 2008, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has allowed the consumption of meat and products from cloned animals.Cloned products are in wide circulation in supermarkets, with no means in place to indicate that they are different from natural products. Faced with this invisible industrial revolution, some experts are sounding the alarm. They believe that this technology could lead to side effects, difficult to predict today and denounce the lack of transparency in the industry.
Sixty years of producing standardized fruit and vegetables and creating industrial hybrids have had a dramatic impact on their nutritional content. The seeds that produce the fruits and vegetables we consume are now the property of a handful of multinationals.More info
The industrialization of the humble tomato preceded the globalized economy that was to follow. It is now as much of a commodity as wheat, rice, or petrol.More info
Travelling across the world, Jeremy Seifert aims to learn how GMOs affect our children, our health, our planet, and whether it's too late to change.More info