19 Sep '12, 11pm

Tell Cargill to keep corporate influence out of science!

Tell Cargill to keep corporate influence out of science!

Dear Cargill, Two weeks ago, the mainstream media caught fire with a Stanford study questioning the benefits of organic foods. It turns out the anti-organics study may have your fingerprints on it. I am aware that your company donated $5 million to Stanford's Food Security and the Environment (FSE) program. It is difficult to see the results of this study that undermines the benefits of organics as coincidental. There is no room for corporate influence in science.

Full article: http://ran.org/act/cargill-stanford

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