Cloned Meat and Dairy Won’t Carry Warnings

Proving once again that the FDA is malfunctioning on every level, cloned meat and dairy products that will be on the shelves in a year or so will not be required to carry special labels. The meat in your burger could be cloned, but don’t worry your pretty little head about it.

In a September poll by the Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology, 64 percent said they were uncomfortable with animal cloning … In a December poll by the University of Maryland, the same percentage said they would buy, or consider buying, such food if the government said it was safe.

Thankfully a few people in Congress are speaking up:

Some in Congress want to require labels on food from clones. Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., has introduced legislation to require this note on packages: “This product is from a cloned animal or its progeny.”

Eating feels less and less like a natural thing and more like a science project every day.

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“Lean beef is good for you – and the key word is lean. A heart patient can eat steak every meal if it is in the right proportions. Longhorn meat on the average, contains 10 percent less saturated fat than that of other cattle. That puts lean Longhorn beef on par with skinned boneless white meat of chicken and that fact may come as a surprise to many dieticians.” -Dr. Joseph Graham, Cardiovascular Surgeon at St. John’s Medical Center in Joplin, Missouri, and a Longhorn breeder himself. “Red meat is really a treasure trove of nutrients, including protein, iron, vitamin… Read more »

People have a right to know if their food is from cloned produce.

Why can’t they leave the food supply alone?! The quality of our food has deteriorated so much over the years that now we all need to supplement with vitamins. You can no longer get what you need from food. What’s next?