Fighting a genetically modified take-over one community at a time

Posted January 13, 2004: With the announcement December 21, that 248 municipalities in the northern Italian region of Piedmont have declared themselves GMO-free zones, a total of 1,806 Italian communities have now banned genetically modified products.

The recent additions are part of an on-going campaign by the provincial branch of the Italian farmer’s association Coliretti in Turin, the province’s largest city. Read more about the GM campaign at:
http://archives.foodsafetynetwork.ca/agnet/2004/12-2004/agnet_dec_22-2.htm#story3


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