Is it "facetious" to list this as Politics? Some will say so. Recent developments in Washington say otherwise.
While there WERE nods to "sustainability" and Organics, Big Agra remained the principal recipient's of the 2012 Senate passed Farm Bill. An amendment was added suggesting that the states didn't have the right to demand the Labeling of GM ingredients in the Foods we pay OUR money to buy.
I doubt, in spite of a few Court victories over that issue, that this will stand for long...I mean, REALLY? I get to know there's WATER in a water bottle, but not whether part or all of a product has been manipulated in a test tube for Corporate profit.
The article brings us up to date in the ongoing struggle of the Consumer attempting to not become the "Consumed".
The book by Rachel Carson caught Monsanto off guard. Today, it would have to subsist as a ridiculed blog-though the blogs are now being supported by more and more science, as well as ever more frightening stories from "the Front Lines".
Bio-Tech is house of cards-and can't you begin to feel that wind arising?