March against Monsanto: World rallies in protest LIVE UPDATES — RT News

World stands up against Monsanto: Over 400 cities protest GMOs

Activists from over 400 cities are speaking out against GMOs and are highlighting Monsanto’s, the  GMO giant’s controlling monopoly over the food supply. The third annual ‘March against Monsanto’ protest is taking place in cities around the world. Protesters say Monsanto controls 90 percent of the seed market in the US. Thousands of people across the world have joined together in a global movement, protesting against American biotech giant Monsanto.

Saturday, May 23, 2015 marked the third global annual March Against Monsanto (MAM). According to the organizers, 48 countries were scheduled to participate in a massive global turnout. Buy local grown, organic, free trade, non GMO, healthy sustainable real food. March against Monsanto!

Check out RT’s wrap-up story on global protests against Monsanto and GMO products:

March against Monsanto: World rallies in protest LIVE UPDATES — RT News.

Click here to see a map that shows where the protests are taking place around the globe. A total of 452 rallies have been registered with the MAM organization.

Hundreds of protesters marched on the White House and Monsanto’s Washington, DC headquarters as part of the anti-GMO global protest action against GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) foods and American multinational agrochemical and agricultural biotechnology corporation Monsanto. Protesters have condemned the company, saying that it controls the global food supply, including 90 percent of the US seed market.. People in New York also seized the opportunity to voice their concerns. Dozens of activists gathered at New York’s Tompkins Square Park, Saturday, to protest against genetically modified food and Monsanto.

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