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FSANZ submissions needed on GM soy

23 August 2011

FSANZ is calling for comment on Application A1051, which is seeking permission for food derived from a genetically modified soybean with a tolerance to herbicide glyphosate.

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National Food Plan submissions by Sept 2, lobby for more public input

08 August 2011

Make a submission on the formation of a National Food Plan by September 2.

Contact Federal Agriculture Minister Joe Ludwig and ask for greater input to the public hearings, currently limited a program of invitation-only roundtable meetings scheduled with just 15 invitees at each.

Read about the failures of the Government approach so far

Register to participate in the webcast

Contact Minister Ludwig

Make a submission

World Food Day Oct 16 - get involved

25 May 2011

Keep a lookout for events on October 16, 2011 or start up your own - lobby politicians or contact food producers and tell them you demand GM-free, healthy and ethical food that supports sustainable farming systems.

Read about what we did in the week of World Food Day last year.

Some information on the annual event is here:

Millions Against Monsanto world food day page

GM soy infant formula - let's get it labelled

19 October 2010

Baby soy formula sold in Australia, Wyeth's S-26,  has tested positive to GM, yet does not have to mention GM on the label.

Contact Health Minister Nicola Roxon to express your concern about most GM foods not being labelled. Consumers have a right to know. This is particularly important in the lead-up to a decision by the Ministerial food labelling review in late 2011. Email Nicola.Roxon.MP@aph.gov.au.

Tell Monsanto to leave our wheat alone

08 September 2010

Tell the West Australian Agriculture Minister you want leading public plant breeding program InterGrain to remain in public hands. Without discussion, the Government has allowed Monsanto to acquire a 19.9% slice of InterGrain and GM wheat will be a priority for the new public private partnership.

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Tell Coles you want GM-free poultry products

08 August 2010

Coles has responded to a concerned poultry-eating shopper saying they only supply organic chickens in some states and that own-brand chickens are fed GM feed. They say they respond to customer demand so tell them you want guaranteed GM-free poultry.

 Email: Coles.Customer.Care@coles.com.au

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GM Free Australia Sign

03 February 2008

Bob Phelps posts the first Gene Ethics GM-free Zone sign on the Great Ocean Road near Apollo Bay, Victoria. Please order signs for high visibility sites in your local area too.

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Action Postcards

07 September 2007

Get our "Say NO to GM foods & crops now!" postcard collection for your shop or workplace. Ask your customers and workmates to sign postcards to their state premier to extend the GM canola ban for another 5 years.

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Spread the Word

07 September 2007

Tell your friends, family, work collegues or anyone you think will be interested in this campaign

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GM-free Statement 2008

10 September 2007

Please sign the statement supporting GM-free producers and the organics industry. It sends a message to governments that most Australians want to support sustainable, clean, green food production systems. Future generations are depending on us to protect food security.

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