How to create a GE-free zone

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Organic NZ Magazine: March/April 2013 Section: Community Author: Zelka Grammer Zelka Grammer encourages you to press for a GE-free zone in your city, region or district Gardeners, beekeepers, seed savers, foresters, orchardists, organic growers and consumers: you know what’s at … Read More

The dangers of aspartame

posted in: Food, Magazine Articles

Organic NZ Magazine: January/February 2013 Section: Health and food Author: Kyra Xavia Aspartame is a highly addictive artificial sweetener and flavour enhancer, used in over 10,000 products worldwide. Produced by genetic engineering, aspartame is incorrectly classified as an additive, when … Read More

Cellphone dangers: A case for caution

Organic NZ Magazine: May/June 2012 Section: Health and food Author: Anne Gastinger In less than two decades, cellphones have become one of the dominant means of communication. Their convenience, efficiency and inventiveness combined with slick marketing campaigns offering text deals … Read More

Don’t read this article

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Organic NZ Magazine: May/June 2012 Section: Reports Author: Jon Carapiet In this opinion piece Jon Carapiet raises concerns about the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA), particularly around New Zealand’s GE-free status It’s a bit hard writing an article about the TPPA, … Read More

Food Bill folly

Organic NZ Magazine: March/April 2012 Section: Features Author: Christine Dann Food Bill folly In which Organic NZ questions the Food Quality Authority (also known as Christine Dann) about whether the Food Bill 2010, if enacted in its current form, would … Read More

Food Bill blues

Organic NZ Magazine: March/April 2012 Section: Features Author: Steffan Browning Our culture of home gardening, food sharing and small artisan producers is at risk of being suppressed by future ministerial decree, as is consideration of genetic engineering as a food … Read More

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