Sorry, Monsanto. No GMO Corn South of the Border


Monsanto will have to wait awhile longer before it can contaminate Mexico’€™s countryside with its GMO corn. And thanks in part to the work being done by OCA’€™s Mexico-based sister network, Vía Orgánica, the Biotech Bully may never get the chance to destroy what has traditionally been a global haven for food crop biodiversity.

This year marks the 5-year anniversary of OCA’€™s Vía Orgánica (the ‘€œOrganic Way’€) Project. Organized and subsidized by the Organic Consumers Association (OCA) in 2009, Vía Orgánica is a non-profit organization that serves as a network for organic consumers and farmers in Mexico. The project operates an organic food market and restaurant, and an eco-ranch that is also an education/training center for sustainable agriculture.

But just like its sister org north of the border, OCA’€™s Vía Orgánica Project is also a key player in Mexico’€™s anti-GMO movement, and the Facebook network, Millones Contra Monsanto (Millions Against Monsanto), which is leading the organic food, fair trade and natural health movements in Mexico.

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