Factory Fed Fish: Monsanto’s and Cargill’s Plans for the Ocean

Posted July 19, 2012
The mass cultivation of genetically modified (GM) soybeans has a hugely detrimental environmental and health impact worldwide.  As it stands, soy is widely used in our diets, in processed foods and found in most meat, as soy is fed to animals on CAFOs (concentrated animal feeding operations).  The next “natural” step, at least according to two of the largest stakeholders in the soy industry, Monsanto (creator of GM soy) and food giant Cargill, is to make soy the feed of choice for factory-farmed fish around the world – a move they are misleadingly labeling as “sustainable.”  Read more.