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Dairy: Beware of the Great White Hype (Opinion)

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Monsanto Announces Its Exit From the Growth Hormone Business

11/1/2008 - Even the giant hand of Monsanto was not big enough to ram down the throats of consumers milk from growth hormone treated cows. It now wants to exit the artificial growth hormone business, by selling Prosilac, the unit that makes it. This action comes in the wake of increasing consumer refusal to...

Monsanto-Backed State Bill Seeks to Outlaw rBGH-Free Label Claims on Milk Products

10/10/2008 - The Indiana House of Representatives is considering a bill that would prohibit dairy products from being labeled as free of recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH). RBGH, also known as recombinant bovine somatotropin (rBST), is an artificially synthesized version of the growth hormone that normally...

Monsanto Defeated on rBGH Animal Drug After 14 Year Battle

8/21/2008 - I recently received great news from the Organic Consumers Association (OCA) that after a long fourteen year battle between OCA, public interest and family farmer groups against Monsanto's Recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH), Monsanto has announced on August 6th that they will sell off their controversial...

Explaining Monsanto's Desire to Ban Current Milk Labeling

4/1/2008 - Over the past century, Monsanto has dabbled in many projects Agent Orange, Terminator seeds, PCBs, and now "recombined" milk. Monsanto's latest obsession is milk labels. Specifically, those that are labeled "rBST-free" or "rBGH-free". They are not concerned with the BST and the BGH on your milk labels....

WalMart Bans rBGH Tainted Milk

3/30/2008 - Most Americans drink conventional, non-organic milk from cows that have been treated with artificial growth hormone, but this more and more has been changing. WalMart is the latest in a string of large retailers to recognize consumer demand for milk from cows not treated with recombinant bovine growth...

Pennsylvania Governor Rethinks Milk Labeling Rule for rBST

2/22/2008 - Pennsylvania Governor Edward Rendell recently overruled a decision by PA Secretary of Agriculture, Dennis Wolff to ban "hormone-free" milk labeling. State residents en masse, let their legislators know that the milk label ruling set to take effect on January 1, 2008 was not in their best interest. In...

Starbucks dumps milk made with rBGH bovine growth hormone

1/23/2007 - Starbucks Coffee -- the world's largest retailer of specialty coffee -- announced last week that it was switching many of its stores in western states and New England to milk free of the controversial artificial hormone rBGH, a move experts say will further harm Monsanto's declining sales of the hormone. The...

Starbucks' Commitment to Hormone Free Milk Trashed: Employees Trash Signed Comments From Customers to Stop Selling rBGH Milk (press release)

8/29/2006 - The Organic Consumers Association (OCA) is deeply disappointed that Starbucks continues to drag its heels on a five-year-old commitment to offer consumers an alternative to milk and dairy products derived from cows injected with Monsanto's controversial recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH). Furthermore...

Starbucks Still Serving Up Coffee Drinks Laced with Monsanto's Bovine Growth Hormone (press release)

6/28/2006 - WASHINGTON, DC -- The Organic Consumers Association (OCA) is deeply disappointed that Starbucks continues to drag its heels on a five-year-old commitment to offer consumers an alternative to milk and dairy products derived from cows injected with Monsanto's controversial recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone...

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